Welcome to the Union Parish
Clerk of Court
Welcome to the Union Parish Clerk of Court's website. Our office is pleased to provide the community with an online resource to help residents and visitors obtain information and conduct business with us. We hope you find this website a useful and friendly environment that serves your needs in an efficient, cost-effective and secure manner. Dodi Eubanks, took office on July 1, 2008 and this office went online on January 1, 2009. Subscriptions to the online indices are available. Please contact this office at 318-368-3055 or click here to access our online index search or contact Union Parish Clerk of Court, 100 East Bayou Street, Suite 105, Farmerville, Louisiana 71241.
Deed Processing Notice
A company called "Record Transfer Services" has been mailing out a DEED PROCESSING NOTICE. The DEED PROCESSING NOTICE solicitation has a return address of Thousand Oaks, California or Wilmington, Delaware. This is a private company soliciting business to provide a copy of a deed for $83.00. This company is NOT affiliated with the Clerk of Court or any other government agency. This is NOT a fee due our office. Deeds are public record. You may obtain one free copy from our office if you are the owner or $1.00 per page for additional copies if you are not the owner.
On June 23, 2014, Act. NO. 826 was signed by Governor Jindal, which law allows for the establishment of a statewide portal for internet users to have remote access to Clerks of Court throughout the state. The portal will Read More »
EXPUNGEMENT PROCEDURES Act 145 – Effective August 1, 2014 Costs At Time of Filing $200.00 money order payable to Clerk of Court $250.00 money order payable to Louisiana Bureau of Criminal Identification/Information $ 50.00 money order payable to Union Parish Read More »
Starting February 3, 2014, the Secretary of State’s Office will provide a statewide Uniform Commercial Code Electronic filing system. CLICK Start a UCC Filing BELOW: Start a UCC filing IMPORTANT REMINDER: Beginning on July 1, 2013, Louisiana will be Read More »