Can I request information by email?
Yes. Email us at [email protected] If you provide a name, we will search our records for that name. If a record is found, a file number is provided. Once you know the file number, more detailed information can be requested by mail. There is a nominal fee depending on the type of information requested.

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1. Legal advice and information disclaimer
2. What are your office hours?
3. Can I request information by phone?
4. Can I request information by email?
5. How far back do your records go?
6. What records are available to the public?
7. Can anyone obtain records from your office?
8. What services does the Register of Wills provide?
9. Are wills public record?
10. What does it mean to register a will?
11. Does a will get registered or filed after it is written?
12. Why is a will registered or probated?
13. What is probate?
14. What do the terms intestate and testate mean?
15. The decedent died without a will. What do I do?
16. What do the words "Open an Estate" mean?
17. Is there a time limit or requirement to open an estate?
18. What is a short certificate?
19. Why do you keep the original will?
20. I cannot find the original will. I only have a copy. What can I do?
21. What are Letters Testamentary and Letters of Administration?
22. Do I need an attorney to apply for Letters Testamentary or Letters of Administration?
23. Who can be appointed administrator?
24. What do I need when I come to the office to open the estate?
25. Does your office assist in the preparation of the inheritance tax return?