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Worth County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 4

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This page contains Court information for Worth County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 4.

Worth County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 4

Worth County Courthouse
P.O. Box 340
Grant City, Missouri 64456
(660)564-2210 (telephone)
(660)564-2432 (facsimile)

Roger Prokes, Presiding Judge
305 North Main, Suite 204
Maryville, Missouri 64468
(660) 582-4231
(660) 582-5499 (fax)

William Rex Beavers, Associate Circuit Judge
P.O. Box 428
Grant City, Missouri 64456
(660)564-2152 (telephone)

General Information:
Clerk's Office
Jana Smyser, Circuit Clerk
Carmetta Jackson, Associate Circuit Clerk
(660)564-2210 (telephone)
(660)564-2432 (facsimile)

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

Adult Abuse Order: Jana Smyser
Small Claims Filings: Carmetta Jackson
Law Days: Jana Smyser
Traffic Court: Carmetta Jackson

Please contact the Associate Division for information on the following:

Probate:Carmetta Jackson

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