The lawyers told Mrs. Clark that the visit to the probate court was a mere formality,—meant nothing at all.
Her will was filed and the probate court declared its validity.
He was judge of probate court for ten years, and has recently been re-elected to that position.
He was also a judge of the probate court, and a member of the Council.
The coroner's jury had refused to identify the remains; the probate court had refused to presume the death of the testator.
I know, but they will not look at it for a moment in the probate court.
“No; in case of the demise of their parents, we could have turned them over body and soul to the probate court,” I informed her.
This tax is really designated to reach wealthy people, and is easily collected since probate court records state the amounts.
He was worth, as the evidence of the probate court was to show only too soon, a sum of over £80,000.
We have our probate court; and the phrase co-respondent is now familiar as a household word.
A court that has jurisdiction over wills, estates, and guardianship of children.