Cobb County Probate Clinic Second Thursday ~ VIA PHONE
PLEASE NOTE: Due to COVID-19, Probate Clinic will be held by phone until further notice
• Need help with Probate or Minor and Adult Guardianship forms?
• Not sure which form to use?
• Need advice about what kind of probate action is best for you?
Visit the Cobb County Probate Pro Se Clinic for brief advice from volunteer attorneys.
PLEASE ONLY REGISTER ONE PERSON IN YOUR PARTY.
Once you have registered, you will receive an email with Clinic forms for you to complete and return. If you do not have access to a computer, please let us know so that we can mail the forms to you. Your registration is complete once you have filled out and returned the Clinic forms.
Attendees with completed registration will be called by a volunteer attorney on July 14th between the hours of 9:30am and 11:30am. It is important that you be available by phone during this time. Please note each appointment is strictly limited to 30 minutes. We are glad to provide this free service to our community and ask that you thank your volunteer attorney for donating their time.
The Cobb County “Second Thursday” Probate Clinic is held on the second Thursday of every Month from 9:30 A.M. – 11:30 A.M, by registration only.
Meet with a volunteer attorney at no cost for up to 30 minutes. The attorney will review your particular situation and will provide brief advice about which action to file and which forms to use in Cobb Probate Court. No attorney-client relationship is established by meeting with a volunteer attorney at the probate clinic.
Availability is limited. The Clinic serves individuals by registration only. Registration is complete after Clinic Forms are filled out and returned. It is your responsibility to make sure your registration is complete. You will receive a phone call on the date of the Clinic only if your registration is complete.
Please be sure to send us any relevant documents or information by email to Cathy Waddell (email@example.com) or Mary Carson (firstname.lastname@example.org). This includes any documents previously filed with the probate court.
Volunteer attorneys provide brief advice about which action to file in decedent’s estate cases and adult or minor guardianships only.
Volunteer attorneys do not advise on minor conservatorships, mental health cases, marriage or firearms licenses, or any case not involving Cobb Probate Court. Volunteer attorneys cannot represent you in court and are not your attorney of record. You may be able to hire the attorney you meet or you may call the Cobb Bar Lawyer Referral Line at (770) 424-2947.
Attendance at the clinic is limited to two (2) visits in a six (6) month period.
Questions? Call Cobb Legal Aid at (770) 528-2565, or email Cathy Waddell at email@example.com.
Sponsored by Cobb Legal Aid and the Cobb Bar Association Elder Law Section
- Cathy Waddell