Legal Records

Visit the Office of David Martin, Boone County Circuit Clerk located in the Boone County Justice Center if you are looking for the following:

  • Circuit Court: Handles both civil and criminal matters. Civil Lawsuits over $5,000.00, Foreclosure actions, and Condemnation Cases. Criminal: Accept payment for court costs, fines, fees, restitution and supervision fees, post bond. Felony cases.
  • Family Court: Handles all family related matters. Civil Lawsuits involving Divorce, Support, Custody, Visitation, Adoption and Domestic Violence Petitions.
  • District Court- Civil Division: Civil cases up to $5,000.00, Small claims up to $2,500, Evictions, Probate, Mental Health/Disability Cases and Casey’s Law. District Criminal: District Court Traffic and Criminal Citations, All Arrests, Posting Bond Warrants and Criminal Complaints. Juvenile Division: All Juvenile Cases and Paternity.

Address: Boone County Justice Center
6025 Rogers Lane, Room 141
Burlington, KY 41005
Phone Number: (859)448-2900

The Legal Records Division in the Boone County Clerks office is responsible for legal documents which are filed as public record. At the courthouse, most documents are maintained from 1799 to present. Document indexes are available for most document types back to 1799 with few exceptions. Document images are available online for most instrument filings from January 1999 to current.

Most online real estate records found in the database include: deeds, name changes, mechanics liens, mortgages, powers of attorney, wills, corporations, tax liens, trademarks, assignments, releases, marriages, and delinquent property taxes.

Filing fees and document particulars for the most frequently filed documents are available online.

Access to eCCLIX© record indices and document images is available for viewing from this web site. An account and password must be assigned to you by Software Management. Special software must be loaded to your computer system to enable viewing of document images. Access fees are charged for utilizing the data and images. See the HELP topics for additional information.

NOTE: All public records (documents and indices thereof) are available for viewing in the office of the Boone County Clerk free of charge. The fees charged for this access are intended to be utilized to continue providing this public service.