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Scotland County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 1

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This page contains Court information for Scotland County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 1.

Scotland County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 1

Scotland County Courthouse
Memphis, Missouri 63555

Gary Dial, Presiding Judge
(660)465-7012 (telephone)
(660)465-7079 (facsimile)

Karl DeMarce, Associate Circuit Judge
(660)465-2404 (telephone)
(660)465-8673 (facsimile)

General Information:
Clerk's Office
Anita Watkins, Circuit Clerk

Please contact the Clerk's office for information on the following:

Adult Abuse Orders: Anita Watkins
Family Court: (Dissolution of Marriage, Modification, Adoption, Juvenile): Anita Watkins

Please contact the Associate Division office for information on the following:

Associate Division
Dorothy Hunolt, Division Clerk
Rayann Brown, Deputy Division Clerk

Small Claims: Associate Division (660)465-2404
Traffic Matters: Associate Division (660)465-2404
Probate: Associate Division (660)465-2404

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