Does your Court keep filing fees on deposit?

Greene County Probate Court does not keep filing fees on deposit. Actions are charged on a “pay as you file” basis. Initial filing fees are paid to initiate the action. Subsequent filings are charged at the time of filing. It is important to check our Filing Fee Schedule before filing with the Court.

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1. Does your Court keep filing fees on deposit?
2. Does your Court charge per page for filings?
3. What payment methods does your Court accept?
4. Are certified copies included in my filing fees?
5. Do you charge for service costs before service is issued?
6. When does your Court issue refunds?
7. Do you charge different filing fees for appointment of a successor fiduciary or successor guardian?
8. What does your Court charge to convert a release to a full administration?
9. Why are your Court’s filing fees different than other counties?
10. Why did you change your filing fees?
11. Who can I call if I have questions about filing fees?