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Court of Common Pleas
Administrative Office of Fayette County Courts
The responsibility of the Administrative Office is to manage the non-judicial functions of the court subject to the supervision and direction of the President Judge.
The mission of the Fayette County Adult Probation and Parole Department is to effect pro-social behavioral change in the individuals we supervise in order to aid in their rehabilitation, enhance their quality of life, and promote community safety.
Child Custody Services
The Child Custody Services Office deals with the Court custody process regarding legal and physical custody of minor children between parents, grandparents, and third parties. The Child Custody Services Office does not deal with any issues relating to child support.
View the current list of court reporters and their contact information.
Our mission is to serve the public by providing child support services as authorized by law. We will establish, modify and enforce Orders for Support and provide support collection services for children and families in an effective and efficient manner making prudent use of public resources.
Get information on judges' courtroom numbers, floors, and telephone numbers.
The right to a trial by jury is guaranteed by the United States and Pennsylvania Constitutions.
The primary responsibility of the Fayette County Juvenile Probation Office is to hold juveniles accountable who are alleged to have committed a delinquent act.
The Fayette County Law Library contains Pennsylvania statutes, federal laws, case law reporters, digests, treatises on law, form books and law sources.
Magisterial District Judges
Get information about the 7 magisterial district judges.