Courts

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Assumed and Fictitious Names (Business Names)

Before applying for a business license through the County of Henrico Finance Department, business owners must register the business name with the Circuit Court Clerk if the business will be operating under an assumed or fictitious name.
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Court Assessment & Treatment Services

Serving Court-Involved and High Risk Youth The Court Assessment & Treatment Team provide mental health and substance abuse assessment and treatment services to youth involved with Henrico Court Services. This team works closely with our Juvenile Court liaison, who serves as a contact person for all youth and adults who have been court-ordered to Henrico Area Mental Health & Developmental Services.
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Criminal Cases in Circuit Court

The Criminal Division is responsible for the indexing, processing and maintaining of all Felony, Certified and Appealed Misdemeanor and Appealed Traffic cases. In all of these cases, the Commonwealth of Virginia is the Complainant. The person charged with the offense is the Defendant.
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File a Civil Case in General District Court

Civil cases are brought to enforce, redress, or protect the private rights of an individual, organization or government entity.
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File a Civil Case in the Circuit Court

In civil cases where monetary claims range from $4,500 to $25,000, the Circuit Court has concurrent jurisdiction with the General District Court. Monetary disputes involving more than $25,000 fall within the exclusive jurisdiction of the Circuit Court.
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Probate & Estate Administration

The Code of Virginia grants the Clerk of the Circuit Court the authority to Probate a Will, to appoint and qualify an Executor or Administrator for a Decedent’s Estate, to appoint and qualify a Testamentary Trustee, to qualify a Conservator and/or a Guardian for an Incapacitated Adult.
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Recording of Land Records

The Circuit Court Clerk’s Office records deeds, deeds of trust (mortgages), and other official instruments/documents associated with land transactions.
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