ELECTRONIC FILING OPTION FOR PROBATE LETTERS BEGINS ON MARCH 1 AND BECOMES MANDATORY ON MAY 30 FOR REPRESENTED PARTIES
On March 1, 2023, electronic filing will become available to attorneys and self-represented litigants in the Probate Division for Probate Letters in decedent, guardianship, and conservatorship matters, including:
Effective May 30, and pursuant to Local Rule 4.7, represented parties will be required to electronically file Probate Letters in decedent, guardianship, and conservatorship matters. Self-represented parties who do not opt to electronically file may continue to have Letters processed in person at the Clerk’s Office. Appointments are available in advance for in-person processing by calling the Clerk’s Office in the courthouse in which the case is assigned. For more information on electronic filing in the Probate Division or to select an electronic filing service provider, please visit the Court’s Probate Efiling Information Page.
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