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Probate Court
Contact TypeContact Info
Contact:
Hon. Cynthia Becker
Judge of Probate
Lisa Sargent
Clerk
Pamela Baldini & Julianne McCahill
Assistant Clerks
Address:
933 Hopmeadow Street
Simsbury, CT 06070
Phone:
860-658-3277
Fax:
860-658-3204
Hours:
Monday, Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Tuesday 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Friday 9:00 a.m. - 2:15 p.m.
  
Avon Probate Court Has Moved (please read below)

In 2009, the Connecticut General Assembly passed Public Act 09-1, which reduced the number of probate courts in the state from 177 to 54, effective January 4, 2011.  Here in the Farmington Valley, the Avon, Canton, Simsbury, and Granby Probate Courts were consolidated into one court, the Simsbury Regional Probate Court.  The new court is located in the Simsbury Town Hall (933 Hopmeadow Street, Simsbury) and will be open during normal Town Hall business hours.  One judge presides over the court, and staff from the consolidating courts are continuing as employees of the new court.

The current probate procedures set forth in the General Statutes, as well as the fee structure for the Probate Courts, remains unchanged.  All of the Avon Probate Court's records are available at the Regional Court.

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Probate Courts have jurisdiction over the following matters:
° probating of wills and the administration of decedent's estates;
° administration of testamentary trusts;
° administration of living trusts (limited jurisdiction);
° guardianship of the mentally retarded;
° guardianship of the person of minor children;
° guardianship of the estate of minor children;
° termination of parental rights;
° finalization of adoptions;
° conservatorship of the person and/or estate of incapable adults;
° granting of name changes;
° psychiatric commitment of children and adults;
° drug and alcohol commitment of adults.

Sometimes the issues presented to the Probate Courts are complex and difficult. Therefore, it is important that you seek competent professional advice so that your legal rights are fully protected. The probate judge and staff will be happy to answer your procedural questions, but they are not allowed to give you specific legal advice.

* A list of frequently asked questions and other information about the Probate Court can be found on the web
* If you are a grandparent or relative caregiver for a child who is 18 years of age or younger, or you are the
  caregiver of an older adult family member (age 60 years or older), you may be eligible to apply for respite care
  and supplemental services from the National Family Caregiver Support Program.

 
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Avon Town Hall 60 West Main Street (Route 44) Avon, CT 06001
Phone: 860-409-4300    Fax: 860-409-4368
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