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One side note - how do you determine the appropriate probate court where an estate is being or has been, probated? An estate is probated in the county where the deceased person lived at the time of his or her death, or, in some cases, the county where the deceased person owned real estate. Use the following website to locate the correct name of the county by plugging in the name of the city where the deceased person lived or owned real estate: City - County Search.

Once you have located the appropriate county, an online search can be done for that county's probate court or probate court dockets. It can be tricky because in some states the probate court is not called the probate court, it could be referred to as the "circuit court," "surrogate's court," "orphan's court," or any other number of courts.

But be persistent - since probate occurs in each and every county across the country, chances are you will be able to locate the appropriate court's online information.

Search Public Records by Name

Once you have located the appropriate county, usually the steps involved in obtaining a copy of a will or other probate document directly from the probate court will include the following:. If the estate you are interested in is being probated in the Volusia County Circuit Court located in DeLand, Florida, then follow the links and instructions provided below to view the Volusia County probate court dockets online.

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Once you locate the documents you want to have copied, you can go back to the clerk's home page , click on Contact, and then scroll down the page and click on Probate. Home Government Departments City Clerk.

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City Clerk The City Clerk is the agency's custodian of public records and maintains all official records of the City, issues Solicitor's Permits, manages the City's citizen boards and commissions, and provides copies of City records upon request. Please direct your requests for public records to the City Clerk.

Estoppel Letters Estoppel letters sometimes called a lien search will include a search of any and all open code violation cases, monies owed to the City for lot mowing, open permits, outstanding utility balances, and any possible liens recorded with the Clerk of Court.

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