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Adult Protective Services

23.0 Petition for Protective Services Download
23.1 Notice of Petition for Court Ordered Protective Services Download
23.2 Petition for Emergency Protective Services Download
23.3 Notice of Petition for Court Ordered Protective Services on an Emergency Basis Download
23.4 Petition for Temporary Restraining Order to Prevent Interference with Investigation of Reported Abuse of an Adult Download

Disinterment

25.0 Application for Order to Disinter Remains Download
25.1 Judgment Entry Setting Hearing on Application for Disinterment Download
25.2 Notice of Hearing on Application for Disinterment Download
25.3 Affidavit of Service of Notice on Hearing on Application for Disinterment Download
25.4 Verification of Reinterment Download
25.5 Waiver of Notice of Application to Disinter Remains Download
25.6 Order to Disinter Remains Download

Minor Settlement

22.0 Application to Settle a Minor's Claim and Entry Settling Hearing Download
22.1 Waiver and Consent to Settle Minor's Claim Download
22.2 Entry Approving Settlement of a Minor's Claim Download
22.3 Verification of Receipt and Deposit Download
22.4 Report of Distribution and Entry Minor's Claim Download
22.5 Application to Settle a Claim of An Adult Ward Download
22.6 Entry Approving Settlement of a Claim of an Adult Ward Download
22.7 Report of Distribution and Entry Download

Will Deposits

Your original Last Will and Testament may be deposited with the Court for safekeeping. The contents of your will be sealed and kept confidential until the deposited will is removed.

You may deposit the will in person or an attorney may deposit it for you on your behalf.


Instructions for Depositing An Original Will

Bring your original will to the Probate Court. Your will must be sealed in an envelope before it is handed to the deputy clerk. A deputy clerk cannot advise you if a will is valid or meets legal specifications.

The deputy clerk will fill out a Certificate of Deposit of Will and provide you with a file-stamped copy. The fee for the deposit of a will is $25.00. The Court will record the deposit and place it in a locked, fire-proof cabinet for safe-keeping.


How To Remove A Deposited Will

You may remove your own will at any time. You must appear in person with a Photo ID. A deputy clerk will remove the will and record the removal.


Opening An Estate When A Will Is On Deposit

Please contact the probate court for instructions or seek the advice of an attorney.


Certificate of Deposit of Will Download

Wrongful Death

14.0 Application to Approve Settlement and Distribution of Wrongful Death and Survival Claims Download
14.1 Waiver and Consent Wrongful Death and Survival Claims Download
14.2 Entry Approving Settlement and Distribution of Wrongful Death and Survival Claims Download
14.3 Report of Distribution of Wrongful Death and Survival Claims Download