Judge Charles Woodroof
 

 
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In The News

Charles Woodroof Sworn In As New Probate Judge, Athens News Courier, 1-15-2013

Stan McDonald Appointed As New Probate Judge, Athens News Courier, 5-6-2011

Limestone Residents May Be Affected By Madison Tax Increase, Athens News Courier, 4-10-2011

Retiring Judge Mike Davis Reflects On Life In Public Service, Athens News Courier, 01-29-2011

Judge Mike Davis To Retire, Athens News Courier, 1-28-2011

Jones Upsets Democratic Incumbent In Squeaker, Athens News Courier, 11-3-2010

Register To Vote In  Nov 2 Election, Athens News Courier, 10-16-2010

Local Recount Requested by Republican Candidate Tim James, Athens News Courier, 6-10-10

On June 1 Ballot, Fill The Oval, Athens News Courier, 6-01-10

Voter Registrations Need Update For Elections June 1, 2010, Athens News Courier, 5-09-10

Polling Places To Change For Access To Disability, Athens News Courier, 7-06-09

Local Candidates Win Additional Terms, Athens News Courier, 6-03-08

Voters Approve Fire Fee, Athens News Courier, 6-03-08

Clinton, Huckabee Claim Wins In Limestone County, Athens News Courier, 2-06-08

Record Numbers Voted Tuesday, Athens News Courier, 2-06-08

Locals Will Vote Presidential Preference In Feb 5 Primary, Athens News Courier, 1-07-08

 

In The Office

The office of the Judge of Probate provides primary contact for residents of Limestone County who may need the following services:

  • Administration of estates,
  • Adoptions,
  • Change of names,
  • Conservatorships,
  • Corporation recordings,
  • Deed and title searches,
  • Guardianships,
  • Marriage licenses,
  • Notary Public applications,
  • Involuntary commitments,
  • Real property recordings,
  • Testamentary wills.

The numerous duties of the office are assigned by the Code of Alabama, 1975. By law the Judge of Probate is also the chief election officer for Limestone County.

Contact Information

Office Hours: 

Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (cst)

Telephone: 

256.233.6427

Fax: 

256.233.6474

Postal Address:

Judge Charles Woodroof

Judge of Probate

Clinton Street Courthouse Annex

100 S. Clinton Street, Suite D

Athens, Alabama 35611

 

   
 
Office of Probate Judge| 100 S Clinton Street Suite D | Athens, Alabama 35611
Phone: (256) 233-6427
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