Synonyms for probate court

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Her will was filed and the Probate Court declared its validity.

He was also a judge of the probate court, and a member of the Council.

I know, but they will not look at it for a moment in the Probate Court.

This tax is really designated to reach wealthy people, and is easily collected since probate court records state the amounts.

We have our Probate Court; and the phrase co-respondent is now familiar as a household word.

So there wuz, and I'll be eternally gol durned if he ain't a-suin' the estate in the probate court now f'r the price uv it!

Only I tell you fairly,—the first time I get word of anything, I 'll go to the probate court and have you removed!

The law specifies that women can be Probate Court deputies because minors are eligible to that office.

A supreme court, circuit courts, a probate court, and justices of the peace.

“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.