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Forms and Templates

The Harris County Robert W. Hainsworth Law Library provides you with the links below to assist you in locating forms. The links will take you to other organizations’ websites.

General Forms - Harris County

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Harris County Justice of the Peace Court Forms - Downloadable forms for small claims cases, eviction, and criminal matters heard by Justices of the Peace. Commonly-used forms include small claims petition, civil answer, appeal bond, and more. Links on the left provide information about various types of cases in JP Courts. Find the details of your case using the Case Search page.

 

General Forms - Texas

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Style of the Case - Are you trying to create the heading at the top of your court document that shows the party names and court info? Templates are provided for your convenience - clicking the link will download the documents. Cut and paste the appropriate template for the court in which your case will be heard. Choose from District, County, County Court at Law, or Justice Court. Styles for Divorce and SAPCR cases are included. 

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TexasLawHelp.org - Free legal information and sample forms for a variety of legal issues, including divorce, child custody & support, occupational driver licenses, name change, and more.

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Texas Judicial Branch Forms - Forms and information, including Petition for Order of Nondisclosure, Supreme Court-approved Divorce Forms, and Civil Case Information Sheets.

 

Family Law Forms

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TXAccess.org - Free information and sample forms for non-custodial parents concerning access, visitation, custody, paternity, child support, modifications, and enforcements.

 

Medical Forms

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Texas Health and Human Services Commission - Forms and information for advance medical directives, including Directive to Physicians and Family or Surrogates Form, Medical Power of Attorney Form, and Out-of-Hospital Do Not Resuscitate Form. A Statutory Durable Power of Attorney Form is also available.

 

Bankruptcy Forms

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Texas Bankruptcy on UpSolve.org - Information and forms for Texans filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Find information on filing for free, how to prepare for court, working with a bankruptcy trustee, and more. Find links to local courts and legal aid organizations further down the page.

Sours: https://www.harriscountylawlibrary.org/forms-and-templates

Probate Court

The Judge of the Probate Court is a non-partisan constitutional officer elected by the voters of the county to serve four year terms. The Probate Court has exclusive and original jurisdiction over the probate of wills, administration of estates, and the appointment of guardians and conservators for minors and incapacitated adults. Additionally, the Probate Court hears county-wide misdemeanor traffic cases and other misdemeanor offenses including game and fish violations. This court also issues marriage licenses, weapons carry licenses, residency verifications, and public fireworks display permits. The Judge of the Probate Court also performs various administrative duties such as administering the oaths of office to elected officials and approving and recording the required bonds of those officials.

Location
Courthouse
102 North College Street
P.O. Box 569
Hamilton, GA 31811

Office Hours
Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. for marriage and weapons carry license applications

Contact
Thomas Lakes, Probate Court Judge
Nancy Stewart, Chief Clerk
Dawn Colvin, Clerk
Kayla Hay, Clerk
Mary Burdette, Clerk

706-628-5038 (Main Number)
706-628-7322 (Fax)

Department Stats
Full-Time Employees: 5
FY 2019-20 Budget: $327,993

Sours: https://harriscountyga.gov/probate-court/
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Our office does not call residents to ask for personal information or money. With the rise of cyber threats in our community, we strive to make security our #1 priority!

Appointments are no longer required for Marriage Licenses, Birth/Death Certificates, and Assumed Names (DBA). The only service requiring an appointment is for an Acknowledgement of Paternity (AOP).

We are still actively accepting mail and eFilings for Probate Courts through existing service providers. To see the most current list of EFSP's go to www.EFileTexas.gov.

Our eCommerce feature allows the public to purchase both certified and non-certified copies of various documents. For questions related, contact Harris County Information & Public Service Department at 713-274-6390 or email [email protected]






    Harris County Clerk's Office Probate Courts

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    Probate Courts Downloadable Forms

    If you intend to e-file any of the forms listed below they must be printed and scanned prior to being submitted.

    Probate Courts Ordering Copies/ Letters

    In this department you can obtain a copy of a Probate Court document. You may request Letters of Testamentary, Administration and Guardianship only at our Main location.

    View and print electronic copies of documents for free

    Visit our Document Portalto register your account in order to view or print (with the unofficial watermark) copies online.

    Purchase paper copies of documents without the unofficial watermark

    • in person at any Annex Location
    • by fax: (713) 437-5796
    • by email: [email protected]
    • by mail to:
      Teneshia Hudspeth, Harris County Clerk
      Attn: Probate Court Department
      P.O. Box 1525
      Houston, TX. 77251-1525
    • For Questions Call (713) 274-8585

    To request copies to be sent via FAX, Email or Postal Mail please use ourCopy Order Form.


    REQUEST LETTERS TO BE MAILED OR FOR PICK UP PLEASE USE OURCREDIT CARD FORM.

    For information on payment options either in person, by postal mail, fax or phone please seePayment Options.


    The fees for paper copies are as follows

    • Non-certified Paper Copy - $1.00 per page.
    • Certified Paper Copy - $5.00 certification fee & $1.00 per page.
    • Electronic (non-certified) - $1.00 per page.
    • Letter of Testamentary, Administration or Guardianship - $2.00 each.

    Please note there is a 4% surcharge added when a major credit card is used without the cardholder being present.

    Ordinarily, an application to probate a will must be filed within four (4) years of the date of death of the decedent. Also, under normal circumstances, letters testamentary or letters of administration cannot be authorized more than four (4) years after the date of death of the decedent.

    Neither the County Clerk or the Courts have the forms or templates used for the creation of an application or a Will. You may want to review the Texas Estate Code or go to the County Law Library, located at 1019 Congress, Houston, Texas 77002 for guidance on this matter.

    Texas law permits a testator or an agent for the testator to deposit a will for safekeeping with the County Clerk (EC§252.001). Please refer to schedule of fees for payment. An Original Will may be deposited with the County Clerk for safekeeping until the death of the testator. During the lifetime of the testator, a will deposited with the County Clerk may only be delivered to the testator or another person authorized by the testator by a sworn written ordered.

    Although there is no statutory expiration date for letters of testamentary or for letters of administration, most financial institution require they be issued no more than sixty (60) days prior to presentation.

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    Probate CourtsGuardianship FAQ

    Either hire an attorney to file an application for guardianship, or write a letter to the Court advising that a guardian is necessary. If you write a letter, include enough information for the Court to find and interview you and the proposed ward.

    Neither the County Clerk nor the Court have forms for the application and other documents necessary for the creation of a guardianship. You may review the Texas Estate Code or go to the County Law Library, located at 1019 Congress, Houston, Texas 77002 for guidance on this matter.

    The creation of a guardianship is a very technical matter under the Texas Estates Code. Numerous steps are required and strict compliance with the Code is necessary. The County Clerk’s Office is not authorized to practice law and cannot instruct a person about all of the necessary steps that must be taken.

    The letters of guardianship are the official certificate issued by the Clerk of the Court reflecting that the guardianship was created and identifies both the ward and the guardian. The letters of guardianship provide an expiration date on their face of one year plus 120 days after the anniversary date.

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    Original Wills are one of the documents that are exempted from electronic filing. However, a copy of the Will should be filed as an attachment to the application when it is electronically filed. The original Will must then be filed with the County Clerk within three business days after the application is submitted electronically.

    Yes, certain documents (such as Wills, Codicils, Bonds and Citation Returns) are exempted from electronic filing. Also, see the amendments to the State Rules for Electronic Filing for a complete list of exceptions. Also note; that ProSe parties are not required to e-file per the Supreme Court mandate.

    Attorneys/Filers are given the option to either contract with an EFSP (Electronic Filing Provider) or go directly through the State’s EFM (Electronic Filing Manager), which is EFileTexas.gov. The fees charged by the EFSP’s vary depending on the services provided. There is currently a $30 State Electronic Filing Fee for each new case that is filed and a $2 County Electronic Filing Fee for each envelope filed.

    No special setup or software is required. You can visit the EFileTexas.gov website to see the recommended computer settings and scanner settings. All documents must be searchable PDF’s.

    If the document is accepted for filing by the County Clerk, the filer will receive a “confirmation page” that the document has been accepted. This confirmation will include the date and time the County Clerk considers the document to have been filed. If the document was rejected, the filer will receive an alert that the document was not accepted along with the reason why. These confirmations will come through EFileTexas.gov or the EFSP.

    You can request and pay for citations to be issued at the same time the original petition is being filed electronically. Copies of the original petition must be provided by either paying 25 cents per page at the time you file electronically, by mailing copies to our office or by bringing copies to the citation clerks. If the citation is to be delivered by the Constable or by private processor, the hard copy will be available for pick-up by the appropriate party.

    Upon transmitting a document to the e-filer’s EFSP, the e-filer is deemed to have delivered the document to the clerk and the document is deemed filed. A document will be considered filed timely if it is e-filed at any time before the midnight (in the court’s time zone) on the date on which the document is due. A transmission report by the e-filer to the e-filer’s EFSP shall be prima facie evidence of the date and time of the transmission. Also, see the State Rules for Electronic Filing for electronic additional details.

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    Probate CourtsFee Schedule

    Probate of a Will – associated court filing fees - $308.00

    Administration – associated court filing fee - $308.00

    Administration Without a Will – associated court filing fee - $308.00

    Heirship – associated court filing fee - $308.00

    Heirship and Administration – associated court filing fee - $387.00

    No Administration - associated court filing fee - $308.00

    Community Administration - associated court filing fee - $308.00

    Probate of a Foreign Will - associated court filing fee - $229.00

    Small Estate - associated court filing fee - $212.00

    Right of Survivorship - associated court filing fee - $229.00

    Open Safe Deposit Box - associated court filing fees - $82.00

    Emergency Intervention - associated court filing fees - $229.00

    Show Cause §252.201 - associated court filing fees - $161.00

    Testamentary Trust - associated court filing fees - $229.00

    Guardianship of a Minor – associated court filing fees - $308.00

    Guardianship of an Incapacitated Person – associated court filing fees - $387.00

    Temporary Guardianship – associated court filing fees - $308.00

    Guardianship §1353.002 – associated court filing fees - $229.00

    Sale of Real Estate - §1351.001 - associated court filing fees - $308.00

    Home Equity - §1352.052 - associated court filing fees - $308.00

    Minor Court Registry – each filing - $82.00

    Inventory – fees due if filed 90 days after the Personal Representative has Qualified - $27.00

    Bond – each filing - $5.00

    Annual Account – each annual filing - $27.00

    Annual Report of the Condition of the Ward – each annual filing - $12.00

    Claims against the estate – each filing - $10.00

    Document after 120th day of initial filing that is over 25 pages – each filing - $25.00

    Pleading requiring a judge’s signature after the 120th day of the initial filing – each filing $2.00

    Final Report on the Condition of the Ward – $12.00

    Application for Sale of Personal Property – $27.00

    Application for Sale of Personal Property with Posting - $108.00

    Application for Sale of Personal Property without Posting - $27.00

    Final Account with Posting - $108.00

    Final Account without Posting - $27.00

    Abstracts of Judgment – each issuance by the County Clerk - $2.00

    Wills for Safekeeping - each filing $5.00

    Notice of Appeal – each filing $10.00

    Citation Issued and Served by Others – each issuance - $8.00

    Citation Issued by Certified Mail – each issuance - $79.00

    Letters of Testamentary, Administration and Guardianship – each issuance - $2.00

    Electronic Filing Fee – per document - $2.00

    Returned Check Fee – each occurrence - $30.00

    Non-Certified Copies – per page $1.00

    Certification of a Document – $5.00 (plus $1.00 per page copy fee)

    Jury Fee - each request for a jury trial - $40.00

    Search Fee- $5.00

    Posting – each in county service by the Constable - $79.00

    Garnishment - each in county service by the Constable - $104.00

    Show Cause - each in county service by the Constable - $79.00

    Possession - each in county service by the Constable - $129.00

    Personal - each in county service by the Constable - $79.00

    Sequestration - each in county service by the Constable - $154.00

    Injunctions - each in county service by the Constable - $104.00

    Writs - each in county service by the Constable - $129.00

    Subpoena - each in county service by the Constable - $79.00

    Temporary Restraining Order - each in county service by the Constable - $104.00

    Publication - each in county service by the Constable - $79.00

    Execution - each in county service by the Constable - $154.00

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    Probate Courts Payment Options

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    Cash – U.S. currency only

    Checks

    • Money Orders
    • Cashier’s Checks
    • Business Checks
    • Personal Checks

    Note

    • All checks and money orders should be made payable to the Harris County Clerk.
    • All checks and money orders must be drawn on a bank located in the United States.
    • All checks and money orders must be made payable in United States currency.
    • Personal Checks must have a local street address, proper identification, and supervisor approval.

    Credit Cards

    • MasterCard
    • Visa
    • Discover
    • American Express

    The mailing address is: Harris County Clerk, P.O. Box 1525, Houston, TX 77251-1525.

    Do not send cash through the mail.


    Checks

    • Money Orders
    • Cashier’s Checks
    • Business Checks

    Note

    • All checks and money orders should be made payable to the Harris County Clerk.
    • All checks and money orders must be drawn on a bank located in the United States.
    • All checks and money orders must be made payable in United States currency.
    • No Personal Checks will be accepted through the mail.
    • No out of state checks accepted.

    Credit Cards

    • MasterCard
    • Visa
    • Discover
    • American Express

    Note

    • There is a 4% surcharge when using credit cards with this method of payment.

    Credit Cards

    • MasterCard
    • Visa
    • Discover
    • American Express

    Note

    • There is a 4% surcharge when using credit cards with this method of payment.

    Probate CourtsJudges and Staff

    • Harris County Civil Courthouse
    • 201 Caroline
    • Houston, Texas 77002

    Probate CourtsGeneral Information

    The Harris County Clerk’s office is happy to help you file documents or locate records, but we cannot answer legal questions. Legal matters often require the assistance of an attorney and the law prevents us from providing legal advice to any person. If you have questions regarding legal matters, please consider contacting an attorney of your choice for information or answers to specific legal questions.

    If you need assistance in finding legal services, please see our list of Legal Resources.

    Probate CourtsEmergency Court Information

    Probate Courts Contact Us

    Harris County Clerk
    Probate Department

    Hours of Operation

    • Monday – Friday
    • 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
    • * A late filing drop box is located on the outside wall (to the left of the front entrance) of the County Civil Courthouse Building.

    Mailing Address

    • Teneshia Hudspeth, Harris County Clerk
    • Attn: Probate Court Department
    • P.O. Box 1525
    • Houston, TX. 77251-1525
    Sours: https://www.cclerk.hctx.net/Probate.aspx
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