Probate Form Packets


No filings will be accepted via fax or email. 


 
Probate Court employees are prohibited by law from giving legal advice. Probate Court employees are also prohibited by law from helping with the completion of these forms. (If you have a physical disability that prevents you from being physically able to fill out the forms, contact the Probate Court office for directions to those who can assist you.) Probate Court staff cannot give advice on which packet is best for any particular situation.

If you need legal advice, or help with understanding the forms, you are encouraged to consult with an attorney.

Probate Court staff cannot provide copies of your filings. It is the Applicant/Petitioner's responsibility to make arrangements for copies prior to filing. If you file by mail, and copies are provided to be court stamped, you must include a self-addressed stamped envelope for return.

New case filings will not be accepted after 4:30 p.m.