Denton County Probate Attorney
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Several Texas counties have at-least one statutory probate court. Probate in Denton county is no exception. A statutory probate court is a court that hears exclusively probate and guardianship cases and cases related to probates and guardianships.
While Texas probate laws carry similarities throughout the state, each probate case must go through the probate process in the respective county. Because of this, it is that you important to understand the differences in how probate cases are handed in each county.
Denton County Probate Courts
While larger and more populous counties have several statutory probate courts, Denton probate is handled in one. This probate court handles all Denton probate and guardianship cases.
You can find the information for the Denton County Probate Court below.
- The Honorable Bonnie Robison
- 1450 E McKinney Street Suite 2412. Denton, TX 76209-4524
While the judge for this probate court has agreed to the Denton 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 Denton 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 Denton County probate courts.
The Denton County Clerk’s Office
The Denton County Clerk offers a free online search tool for public probate records , 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 (940)349-2012.
To visit the County Clerk in person, you must go to:
Denton County Clerk
1450 E McKinney Street
Denton, TX 76209
Denton County Probate Forms
You can find forms for probate in Denton County on the Denton County website. This includes forms such as small estate affidavits as well as guardianship forms. Additionally, you can also retrieve these forms from the County Clerk’s office in paper form.
Some Denton probate forms may not be publicly available online. If you would like to inquire about probate forms or records for anything that is not listed online, you should consult with the county clerk.
Denton County Probate Attorneys
We are experienced Denton probate attorneys who frequently represent clients with sensitive probate matters. We know the Denton County probate court, the Denton County Clerk’s office, and the Denton County probate rules.
Do you need help with a probate matter in Denton County or the surrounding communities?
Alternatively, you can always give us a call us at (469) 895-4333.