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Named after the Cherokee Indian tribe that once inhabited the area, Cherokee County is one of the northern-most counties considered part of the Atlanta Metro Area. Cherokee County boasts nine mountain summits that form part of the foothills that mark the beginning of the Appalachian Mountain Range, as well as access to beautiful Lake Allatoona. The Cherokee County Judicial Complex, which is the home of the Cherokee County Superior Court, is located in downtown Canton. The Court has three sitting superior court judges, which can affect the length of a case as court calendars can get crowded. This in turn means that pending matters may not reach a trial or hearing calendar for a longer period of time.
Cherokee County Superior Court
Critical Divorce and Family Law Forms
Cherokee County does not have available any packets related to how to file a family law matter. Many of the divorce forms and procedures are similar from county to county, you may refer to another counties resources to obtain additional documents and instructions as it relates to filing a divorce.
Divorce With Children
Divorce Without Children