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FREE CLINICS, PROBATE VIDEOS & OTHER LEGAL RESOURCES

This section offers information regarding resources and legal assistance for probate matters.

FREE CLINICS AND LEGAL ASSISTANCE

CONSERVATORSHIP MATTERS

If you are going to file - or have already filed a conservatorship petition for an adult or soon-to-be adult with developmental disabilities and you do not have a lawyer, you may be eligible for legal assistance. Click HERE  for further information.

Sample Limited Conservatorship Forms, please click here

Video instruction for Citation, Proof of Service, Order, and Letters in Conservatorship matters:

Click on the link(s) for guidance on completing the forms.
NOTE: These instructions do not provide legal advice or take the place of consulting with a lawyer.
GC-320;  POS-015; GC-340;  GC-350

GUARDIANSHIP MATTERS

If you have filed a guardianship petition and do not have a lawyer, you may be eligible for free legal assistance if you meet certain age, disability or income requirements. Click HERE (English)   for further information.

How Do I Give Notice on a Probate Guardianship Case Video.  Click Here

LEGAL RESOURCES

If you are in need of legal assistance in addition to the clinics listed above, click HERE  for further information.

ELDER ABUSE MATTERS

If you are going to file for an Elder or Dependent Adult Abuse Restraining Order, or want to respond to an Elder or Dependent Adult Abuse Restraining Order, click HERE  for further information.

EA-100 Walkthrough - Completing a Request for Elder or Dependent Adult Abuse Restraining Order Video. Click Here

PROBATE NOTES

If you need assistance to check and clear your probate notes, click HERE  for further information.

PROBATE - COMPLETING YOUR ORDER FOR PROBATE, LETTERS, AND DUTIES & LIABILITIES

After the Court grants your Petition for Probate at your hearing, you must complete an Order for Probate for the judge to sign. You must also complete Letters and Duties & Liabilities forms, including the Confidential Screening form for your Letters to "issue" so that you may have the authority to take the necessary actions to administer the estate. Click on the link(s) for guidance on completing the forms. NOTE: These instructions do not provide legal advice or take the place of consulting with a lawyer.

DE-140   DE-147   DE-147S   DE-150   L-1450  

Self Help Services for Self Represented Parties

Click HERE for further information.


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