How do I find the will I am researching?

Using the public computers in the Clerk’s Office, simply type in the decedent’s last name, highlight wills/fiduciary under the instrument category and then click "search."

If the will has been admitted to probate, the database will provide a grid showing the public records pertaining to the searched will. These records and images will include the will, the order, the list of heirs, and bond as well as many other documents that are recorded during the estate administration process.

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1. When does a will or estate become a matter of public record?
2. Where is the Clerk’s Office public database?
3. How do I find the will I am researching?
4. Do I need an appointment to view will records on the public database?
5. Can I make copies of the will records I find?