UNION COUNTY CLERK AND MASTER

CHANCERY AND PROBATE COURT

SANDRA EDMONDSON

Email: sandra.edmondson@tncourts.gov
Phone: 865- 992-5942 | Facsimile: 865-992-9338
901 Main Street, Suite 206, Maynardville, TN 37807

Elizabeth C. Asbury

Chancellor 8th Judicial District

The Clerk and Master’s Office handles the case files for both the Chancery and Probate Courts.  Cases filed in these courts include divorces, custody matters, paternity cases, adoptions,  real estate matters, contract disputes, partition suits, conservatorships/guardianships, name changes, muniment of title & small estate affidavits, testate and intestate estates, estate distributions, child support enforcement, bank levy’s and garnishments,  and other civil and domestic relations matters.  Additionally, the office collects delinquent taxes for the county and oversees tax sales and oversees court-ordered sales on estates and partition suits, issues summons and subpoenas, and other civil and domestic relations matters.

Union County Court House

Child Support Information

Magistrate

The Honorable Gregory K. Miller

CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT
William Todd Longmore & Mark Blakely
Assistant District Attorneys
P.O. Box 310
Huntsville, TN 37756
(423) 663-2532

UNION COUNTY ASSESSMENT DATA

Important Info

Office Hours: Monday – Friday
8:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.

EXCEPT HOLIDAY CLOSINGS

Located on 2nd Floor
Union County Courthouse

DUTIES OF THE CLERK AND MASTER

  • Attend court
  • Enter the minutes of the court
  • File and enter all documents, pleadings, papers, and exhibits
  • Invest funds under the Clerk’s control
  • Oversee the keeping of the Chancery General Fund in Balance
  • Keep rule and execution dockets
  • Perform all other duties as required by law

The clerk’s office is not permitted to provide you with legal advice, which includes not being able to tell you what forms to file, how to fill them out, or how to proceed with your case. If you have these types of questions, please consult with an attorney.

The same rules of court apply to a case whether it is filed by an attorney or by a person without legal training.  We will accept any documents that you have prepared for filing, along with the appropriate filing fee, if required.  Our acceptance of documents does not imply that they are the correct form or that they are filled out properly.   It is extremely important that pro se litigants read carefully and understand the pleadings that they are filing before filing anything with the Court.

CLERK & MASTER STAFF

Cathy CooperDeputy Clerk and Master
Sherry SandersDeputy