The Tarrant County Clerk has designated the electronic record as the official record for the Probate Courts. Please see the notice attached.Designation of Electronic Record Probate
The TCBA Elder Committee has an Elder Law handbook. To view the handbook please click the news link above titled “Elder Law Handbook” and then click the blue title Elder Law Handbook
Please be advised that Probate Court No 1 has a standing order that all uncontested hearing documents must be filed at least 5 business days prior to the hearing. To view the Order, please click below 17-AF00001-1 Five Day Rule
Please join us for the 2017 Nuts and Bolts Seminar Date: September 15, 2017 Location: City Club of Fort Worth Please see the Registration Brochure Below 2017 Nuts and Bolts Registration
Secure Attorney Access 2017 Improvements Effective February 1, 2017, the pricing structure for the web based Secure Attorney Access program has been modified to the following fee schedule and terms*: · One (1) individual access account for a flat rate fee of $100 per subscriber for twelve (12) months · Subscription renewal shall be […]
This special photo was captured on Judge Ferchill’s last day in office. Accompanying him is his dog, Cato, a Catahoula Leopard dog, which is the state dog of Louisiana. Judge Ferchill, on behalf of Tarrant County Probate Bar Association, we want to thank you for your honorable service, and we will miss you!
The Tarrant County Probate Bar Association wishes to welcome Judge Brooke Allen as the new Judge of Probate Court Number 2.
Brooke Ulrickson Allen has been appointed as Judge for Probate Court Two. On behalf of the TCPBA, we would like to welcome her.
As many of you know, Judge Ferchill resigned as Judge of Probate Court Number 2 effective August 31st, 2016. As an association, we are extremely grateful for his years of service and leadership to the probate community. The Commissioners Court is responsible for filling the vacancy for the unexpired portion of Judge Ferchill’s term which […]