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Collin County Probate attorney

Sitting just shy of 1 million people, Collin County is the sixth most populous state in the state of Texas. With nearly a million people calling Collin County home, it’s no surprise to learn that Collin County has a large number of probate cases.

While Texas probate laws carry similarities throughout the state, each probate case is handled in their respective county. Because of this, it is important to understand the differences in how probate cases are handed in each county.

Collin County Probate Courts

Collin County is one of several Texas counties that have at-least one statutory probate court. These courts hear exclusively probate and guardianship cases and cases related to probates and guardianships.

The information for the Collin County Probate Court can be found below:

  • Judge Weldon Copeland
  • 2100 Bloomdale Road, Suite 12360. McKinney, TX 75071
  • (972)548-6463

While the judge for this probate court has agreed to the Collin County Local Court Rules, each judge has their own manner of operating their court and for hearing cases. What works for one statutory probate court in Texas, might not work in a statutory probate court in Collin County.

So you have to consult the local rules and then know the procedures for each court. This is why it often helps to hire a probate attorney who regularly handles cases in the Collin County probate courts.

The Collin County Clerk’s Office

In Collin county, you can check the status of probate records by visiting this webpage.

If you have any questions about filings that are not accessible through the search tool, the County Clerk can be reached via phone by calling (972)548-4185.

To visit the County Clerk in person, you must go to:

Collin County Clerk
2300 Bloomdale Rd., Suite 2106
McKinney, TX 75071

Collin County Probate Forms

Collin County generally does not provide probate forms to the public. This includes forms for muniment of title, affidavit of heirships, and small estate affidavits.

The clerk’s office will typically refer users to the Collin County Law Library for this.

With that said, there may be basic forms that can be found on the Collin County Clerk’s website. They also have these same forms available in paper form in the clerk’s office.

Collin County Probate Attorney

We are experienced probate attorneys who frequently represent clients with sensitive probate matters in Collin County. We know the Collin County probate courts, the Collin County Clerk’s office, and the Collin County probate rules.

Do you need help with a probate matter in Collin County or the surrounding communities? 

 

Call Us: (469) 895-4333

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