Contact page for the Probate Court.
How to prepare an account in adult conservator-ship.
Information about Probate Court Inventory.
A Guardian is a person who is given Probate Court authority to be responsible for the personal and physical well being of an adult who is called a Legally Incapacitated Individual (LII). The Guardian has the same powers and duties over that LII as parents have over their children. A prospective Guardian may be nominated by petition (filed with the Probate Court) or may be named in a will.
Directions for requesting records.
Forms and instructions for developmentally disabled guardianship under the mental health code.
A notice regarding Judge's copy.
Administrative closings of Probate Cases.
Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”), individuals with disabilities (as defined by the ADA) may be entitled to accommodations to participate in Court hearings or other business with the Court. The determination of whether a specific accommodation will be provided generally rests with the judge assigned to your case.
Individuals with limited English proficiency may request the services of a foreign language interpreter to assist them during court proceedings. Parties, witnesses, and other persons with a substantial interest in the case or court proceeding may be entitled to interpreter services.