Union County Probate Court
UPDATE 5.1.20: The Probate Court will begin to reopen to the public, on a very limited APPOINTMENT ONLY basis beginning May 4, 2020.
The week of May 4, 2020 we will begin accepting appointments for marriage license applications, but remain closed to the general public.
The week of May 11, 2020 we will begin accepting appointments for informal estate matters in addition to marriage license applications.
Until further notice, the Probate Court WILL NOT be accepting walk-ins. All transactions must be by appointment so that we may properly control the number of persons in our limited space. We encourage you to call the probate court, or send us a message via our Contact Us page during this time instead of showing up in person with questions.
Welcome to Union County, South Carolina's Probate Court WebsiteWe sincerely hope that this site will be a helpful source of information for you
If you received a stimulus check for a person who was deceased when the check/direct deposit arrived. The money must be returned to the US Treasury. The probate court will not issue court certificates to cash/access those funds. See Article.
Office Hours: Currently Closed to Public
Phone: (864) 429-1625
Fax: (864) 427-1198
Location: Union County Court House, 210 West Main Street, Union, SC 29379
The Probate Court assists the citizens of Union County in probating estates, resolving disputes in estates and trusts, handling involuntary commitments for alcohol/drug abuse and/or mental illness, obtaining marriage licenses, appointing guardians and conservators, and approving minor and wrongful death settlements. It is located in the Union County Courthouse at the corner of West Main and North Herndon Streets.
The Probate Judge is elected countywide and serves a four-year term.
William D. All, III, Probate Court Judge