Kent County Probate Court
All of The Useful Information, Links, and Resources You Need In One Location
In the State of Michigan, Probate is handled at the county level. So, if you’re Probating an Estate in Kent County, Michigan, your case will be handled in the Kent County Probate Court located in Grand Rapids. At Rochester Law Center, our Probate Lawyers have extensive experience representing clients across the entire state. To help you navigate the Kent County Probate Court, we put together some useful information, links, and resources.
About Kent County Probate Court
The Kent County Probate Court handles all matters pertaining to the proper transfer of assets at death, and the protection of incapacitated or mentally ill individuals and their assets.
The Mission of the court is to secure the sound and efficient resolution of matters within an accessible and person-centered venue where every individual is treated with dignity and respect. The Chief Judge of the Probate Court is the Honorable David M. Murkowski.
Location and Directions To The Kent County Courthouse
Kent County Courthouse
180 Ottawa Avenue NW, Suite 2500
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Security Requirements at Kent County Probate Court
When entering the Kent County Courthouse make sure you plan ahead for security. The court doesn’t allow cameras, camera phones, recording devices, weapons or cutting instruments to enter the courthouse.
Hours of Operation
The court is open from 8:00AM-5:00PM Monday – Friday and is closed during most major holidays.
Kent County Probate Court Judges
Honorable David M. Murkowski
Forms, Information, and Online Resources
Need Help With A Probate Matter In Kent County?
If you need help with Probate in Kent County, Michigan, we can help you. Contact us today at (248) 613-0007 for a free consultation with an experienced Probate Lawyer.
Our Kent County Probate Lawyers Can Help You With:
- Probate Administration
- Trust Litigation
- Ancillary Probate
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty
- Letters of Authority
- Appointment of a Personal Representative
- Asset Ownership Disputes
- Contested Wills
- Out-of-State Representation
- Resolving Competency Disputes