Information on foreclosure sales, licenses and certificates, court system, land records, filing fees and more.

Q: What is the contact information for the District Court?
A: Clark County District Court, 870-246-9552

Q: Where do I pay fines and restitution?
A: Fines and restitution imposed is paid at the Sheriff’s Office. For more information call 870-246-8859

Q: Are juvenile records available for viewing?
A: No. All juvenile records are confidential.

Q: Where can I get a list of foreclosure sales?
A: The Circuit Clerk’s Office only handles judicial foreclosures or sales ordered by the court, and you can check with our office regarding these. All non-judicial foreclosure sales are posted on the first floor in a glass case.

Q: Does the Circuit Clerk’s Office have blank forms (Divorce, Name Change, Deeds, Mortgages, etc)?
A: No. We do NOT provide any legal forms for divorces, name change, deed, mortgages, etc. You may contact an attorney or Title Company to prepare a deed for you. Divorce, name changes, and other documents may be found at

Q: Where do I file my notary information?
A: Notary information is filed in the Recorder’s Office. For more information on becoming a Notary Public, see the Arkansas Secretary of State web site.

Q: Can I get a copy of my marriage license?
A: Marriage licenses are located at the County Clerk’s Office, 870-246-4491.

Q: Can I get a copy of my birth certificate?
A: Birth certificates are kept at the Bureau of Vital Records in Little Rock. For births outside Arkansas, contact the government offices of the state of birth.