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Sevier County Court Records

Sevier County court records are documents pertaining to civil and criminal cases adjudicated in the county. Court records can be in various formats, including written, printed, and electronic. In Sevier County, Tennessee, these records include case filings, transcripts, court orders, dockets, evidence, and affidavits. Court records are typically managed by the office of the Clerk of Courts in the courthouse where the case was heard. Per Tennessee Public Record laws, they are disseminated to interested and eligible members of the public on request.

Are Court Records Public in Sevier County?

Yes. According to the Tennessee Public Records Act, court records are public records. However, not all records are available to the public. Records containing confidential information, such as voter information, proprietary information, trade secrets, juvenile records, and ongoing investigations, are exempt from public disclosure.

Sevier County Court Records Search

Interested members of the public may conduct a Sevier County court records search using one of the following options:

  • In-person visit to the court that is the custodian of the record
  • Using state and local records lookup tools
  • Contacting the Sevier County Court Clerk
  • Third-party websites.

Sevier County Court Records Search by Name

To conduct a Sevier County Court Records search by name, visit the Circuit Clerk of Courts office and provide administrative staff with the necessary details to facilitate a search. Name-based searches usually require the litigants' names, but requesters can streamline possible results by providing case numbers and filing dates. Requestors may also be required to provide identification and pay the applicable fees before getting copies of court records.

Sevier County Courts

The Sevier County Court system is part of the fourth judicial district of Tennessee. The county courts and their contact details are as follows:

Sevier County Circuit Court
125 Court Avenue,
Room 204E,
Sevierville, TN 37862
Phone: (865) 453-5536 (Civil)
Phone: (865) 774-3731 (Criminal)


Sevier County Chancery Court
125 Court Avenue
Suite 108W
Sevierville, TN 37862
Phone: (865) 453-4654
Fax: (865) 453-8763


Sevier County General Sessions Court
125 Court Avenue,
Sevierville, TN 37862
Phone: (865) 53 6116 (Criminal)
Fax: (865) 774-3842 (Criminal)
Phone: (865) 429-5671 (Civil)
Fax: (865) 774-3639 (Civil)


Sevier County Juvenile Court
125 Court Avenue,
Sevierville, TN 37862
Phone: (865) 428-5284
Fax: (865) 774-3822


Gatlinburg City Court
City Hall
1230 Parkway East,
P.O. Box 5,
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
Phone: (865) 436-1419
Fax: (865) 436-7185


Pigeon Forge City Court
City Hall
3221 Rena Street,
P.O. Box 1350,
Pigeon Forge, TN 37868
Phone: (865) 429-7410
Fax: (865) 429-7409


Pittman Center City Court
2839 Webb Creek Road,
Pittman Center, TN 37876
Phone: (865) 436-5499
Fax: (865) 430-9359


Sevierville City Court
300 Gary Wade Boulevard,
Sevierville, TN 37862
Phone: (865) 453-7310
Fax: (865) 453-6680

Sevier County Superior Court Case Search

The Sevier County General Sessions Court handles civil and criminal cases. The civil cases are those with damages of $25,000 and below, and the criminal cases include warrants and preliminary hearings for felonies and misdemeanors. The General Sessions Clerk's Office processes and maintains these records and makes them available upon request. The contact addresses of the general sessions court clerk's office are as follows:

General Sessions Clerk — Criminal Division
125 Court Avenue
Room 107E
Sevierville, TN 37862
Phone: (865) 453-6116
Fax: (865) 774-3842


General Sessions Clerk — Civil Division
125 Court Avenue
Room 104E
Sevierville, TN 37862
Phone: (865) 429-5671
Fax: (865) 774-3639


General Sessions Clerk — Juvenile Division
125 Court Avenue,
Room 308W
Sevierville, TN 37862
Phone: (865) 428-5284
Fax: (865) 774-3822

Sevier County District Court Records

The Sevier County Circuit Court has jurisdiction over criminal cases, including trials, indictments from a grand jury, and appeals. It also handles $15,000 civil cases. Some cases it handles include divorces, adoptions, orders of protection, workers' compensation, and personal injury cases. An individual can obtain a Sevier County Circuit Court record by contacting the circuit court clerk's office at the following address:

125 Court Avenue
Suite 204E,
Sevierville, TN 37862
Phone: (865) 453-5536 ext. 1, Civil
Phone: (865) 774-3731, Criminal.

Sevier County also has a chancery court. This court has jurisdiction over civil disputes, such as wills, contracts, and child custody. Contact the Sevier Chancery Court at:

125 Court Avenue
Suite 108W
Sevierville, TN 378623
Phone: (865) 453-4654
Fax: (865) 453-8763

Sevier County Criminal Records

Interested persons may obtain the criminal records of persons living in Sevier County by performing a name-based criminal record check with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. This service costs $29 per subject, and the service fee is non-refundable. Criminal records typically encompass Sevier County arrest records and conviction information (where applicable).

Sevier County Criminal Court Case Lookup

The circuit court clerk is the custodian for criminal court cases in Sevier County. To look up criminal court records, visit the clerk's office during business hours. There, administrative staff will require details of the case to facilitate a search. These include the defendant's name, case number, and filing date. While viewing criminal court records is free, requestors may be required to cover the cost of reproducing or certifying the files. Additional service fees may apply if retrieving the record takes longer than normal.

Get Sevier County Civil Court Records

The Circuit Court Clerk's Office maintains all county civil court records and makes them available upon request. Individuals can visit the Civil Court Clerk's office in person or send a mail request to obtain these records. The Civil Division of the Sevier County Circuit Clerk's Office is located at:

125 Court Avenue
Suite 204E
Sevierville, TN 37862
Phone: (865) 453-5536 ext. 1.

To obtain a civil court record, information about the case, such as the names of parties involved and important dates, must be provided along with a valid form of identification. Only the parties involved in the case, their relatives or legal representatives, are authorized to access civil court records containing personal information. Civil case records include filings from cases about a legal dispute between two parties (plaintiff and defendant) where compensation is sought. Some examples of civil court cases include:

  • Breach of contract
  • Landlord/Tenant issues
  • Probate Cases
  • Family law cases
  • Tort Claims.

Sevier County Family Court Records

In Sevier County, Family court cases are handled by the Circuit Court. Family law cases are those pertaining to child support, order of protection, child custody and visitation, divorce, and adoption. The Circuit Court Clerk's Office maintains records related to these cases.

To obtain family court records, visit the Clerk's Office in person during business hours or send a letter via mail. The letter must contain the relevant details to facilitate a search, such as names and case numbers, as well as payment for applicable fees. Family law cases in the Appellate Court system can be accessed online through their Case Search System.

Family Court case records that have not been restricted are generally available, but sensitive information like financial records, juvenile records, and personal information are protected from unauthorized access.

Sevier County Dissolution of Marriage Records

In Sevier County, the Circuit Court has jurisdiction over dissolution of marriage (divorce) cases. Information on all divorce cases that took place within the county can be obtained by contacting the Circuit Court Clerk, providing the necessary details about the record, and paying the applicable fees to obtain the record.

The Tennessee State Library and Archives (TSLA) also keeps divorce records from all counties in Tennessee that are above 50 years old. They make these records available by mail or email through the Tennessee Office of Vital Records which is mandated to maintain all statewide vital records. TSLA charges $5 for residents and $10 for out-of-state requests, with an additional certification fee of $5 per record.

Sevier County Marriage and Divorce Records

Interested persons can obtain copies of marriage records from the Sevier County Clerk's Office as long as the marriage occurred in the county. To obtain a marriage record, requesters are required to provide information pertaining to the event including the first and last names of the wedded parties, and the date of the marriage. A certified copy of a marriage record can be obtained from the Clerk's Office in person, by mail, and online. The cost of obtaining a marriage record is as follows:

  • $5 for in-person requests
  • $15 for mail requests (payable by money order or cashier's check only)
  • $16.36 for online requests (payable by credit card only)

The Sevier County Clerk & Master's Office is the custodian of divorce decrees in the county. To request one of these records, individuals can visit the office or send a mail request. In any case, requesters must provide details such as the divorcees' names and the approximate date of divorce. Each copy costs $0.50 and an additional $5 per copy for certification. Requests should be addressed to:

Clerk & Master's Office
125 Court Avenue
Suite 108 W
Sevierville, TN 37862
Phone: (865) 453-4654
Fax: (865) 453-8763

Sevier County Birth and Death Records

The Sevier County Health Department is the custodian of vital records in Sevier County, which include birth and death records. They maintain these records and provide certified copies of all births and deaths to authorized individuals upon demand. Birth and death records can be requested in person, by email, or by phone. The county health department is located at:

Sevier County Health Department
719 Middle Creek Road
Sevierville, TN 37862
Phone: (865) 453-1032
Email: sevierco.hd@tn.gov.

Birth records are only issued to the record owner, their spouse, parent, or their child. Similarly, the only persons eligible to obtain a death record are family members, funeral homes, or legal representatives. For the record to contain the cause of death, requesters must present a copy of their valid photo ID, e.g., a driver's license. Non-family members who want to obtain these vital records must present supporting documentation, such as a court order.

Sevier County Probate Court Records

The Sevier County Probate Court handles court cases related to conservatorships, guardianships, name changes, and estate administration. Probate court records are available at the courthouse or the clerk's office in the court where the case was filed.

Sevier County Probate
Sevier County Courthouse
125 Court Avenue
Suite 202E
Sevierville, TN 37862
Phone: (865) 453-5502 option 5

Sevier County Property Records

Sevier County Property records are maintained primarily by the Sevier County Property Assessor's Office and the Register of Deeds Office. The Property Assessor's Office is the custodian of property records, including taxable property information, tax maps, appraisals, and property ownership information, and makes them available upon request.

These records are also available through the Tennessee Property Search tools. Parameters such as property address, owner name, or parcel ID should be entered into the search field to complete a property records search using this tool. On the other hand, in-person and mail-in queries should be made to:

Sevier County Property Assessor
125 Court Avenue
Suite 210 West
Sevierville, TN 37862
Phone: (865) 453-3242
Fax: (865) 774-3957

The Register of Deeds Office is the custodian of all records related to real estate in Sevier County. To make a record request, contact the Register of Deeds Office at:

Register of Deeds
125 Court Avenue
Suite 210 West
Sevierville, TN 37862
Phone: (865) 453-2758
Fax: (865) 453-0290

Sevier County Court Records Online

Interested members of the public may also use third-party online resources to lookup Sevier County court records online. Sites like Tennesseecourtrecords.us allow individuals to search their databases for court records and other public records. The information required to complete a search typically includes the subject's name and location. Some third-party sites offer access for free, but most charge a service or subscription fee for access to comprehensive records.

Third-party online resources ease accessibility to court records regardless of the researcher's geographic location. Most third-party websites also contain court records from various counties, which makes it convenient to conduct multiple records searches. However, because these aggregate websites are not affiliated with the government, the documents obtained may be inaccurate or incomplete.

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