Probate cases deal with protecting the wishes, right, and obligations of persons regarding their property when these people are unable to do so as a result of death of incapacitating illness, either physical or mental. The County Clerk is responsible for maintaining the records of the probate courts. Coryell County has two probate courts which hear all cases regarding wills, estates, and guardianships. The probate courts also hear cases related to mental health and mental health assessments.
The Clerk’s Probate Division issues citations, letters of guardianship, letters testamentary, notices, and other documents as required by law or requested by customers.
For Probate Records Search online please visit www.idocket.com
As of May 8th 2023 Coryell County is no longer accepting Small Estate Affidavits.