Probate Court MA Forms — Massachusetts Probate Court Forms
The goal of this article is to help you quickly find the form you need to file with your local probate court in MA.The probate and family court handles most issues involving families and children – so the list of forms can be quite extensive making it difficult to find what you need.
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The forms are broken down into the following categories (you can click on any of the links to jump to the page);
Actions Involving Unwed Parents
Adoption, Change of Name and Equity
Divorce and Separate Support
Domestic Relations and Family
Financial Statements and Child Support Guidelines
Guardianship and Conservatorship
Wills, Estates and Trusts
If you would like to visit the main site for probate court forms (MA) – click here.
If your matter is divorce, you can click here for a collection of the most commonly used divorce forms on our website.
One of the most important and complicated court forms you will need to use in the Probate and Family Court is the Financial Statement. Be sure to choose the appropriate form — Long Form vs. Short form based on your annual income.
If you are handling your family matters without a lawyer and are having difficulty, look for a local attorney willing to provide assistance on an hourly basis, as needed. This approach can help you save money and assure you are not making missing anything important that you will regret later.
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Attorney Amy Saunders, Esq.
Law Office of Hanson & Saunders
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