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Probate Examiner Notes

  Probate Court Location
1130 O Street
Third Floor
Fresno, CA 93724

Telephone: (559) 457-1888
Fax: (559) 457-1835

Courthouse: 8 AM - 5 PM
Clerk's Office: 8 AM - 3 PM M-Th. and 8 AM - 12 PM F



** EFFECTIVE MAY 15, 2017 **


Change in Accessing Probate Examiner Notes


On May 15, 2017, the method for accessing Probate Examiner Notes will change.  The notes will continue to be accessible on the Court’s website:  www.fresno.courts.ca.gov, on the Probate page, under the Examiner Notes link.  However, to access the notes, parties will be required to enter the case number and will only view the case they have selected.   


To access Examiner Notes for a specific hearing date, it is required that parties select the date in the date field.  Leaving the date field blank will access all available Examiner Notes for the case, including prior dates.


If you have questions or problems accessing or printing Examiner Notes, please contact the Probate Department at (559) 457-1888 or email an examiner at the email addresses listed on the Court’s website under Examiner Notes.




The Probate Examiners review all probate documents for content and legal requirements before they are acted upon by the Court. Probate Examiner Notes may include an identification of the parties involved in the matter, the type of proceeding, and a listing of potential deficiencies.

Any potential deficiencies will be listed on the Probate Examiner Notes in the "Needs/Problems/Comments" and should be addressed and/or corrected before the matter is heard by the Court. Responding to the deficiency includes filing a clarifying or an explanatory declaration, or an amendment or supplement to your petition. All documents correcting and/or addressing issues raised in the Probate Examiner Notes must be in a format that is fileable with the court; e-mails and faxes to the Probate Examiners are not sufficient.  Pursuant to Local Rules 7.3(E) and 7.4.1, all documents curing or addressing the deficiencies must be filed at the Probate Clerk’s office at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance of the hearing date in order to be considered by the Court.

The Probate Examiners may be contacted directly by e-mail or fax. To identify which examiner reviewed your matter, please look for the Probate Examiner's initials in the “Reviewed by” portion of the Probate Examiner Notes.

SKM can be e-mailed at probateexam1@fresno.courts.ca.gov or faxed directly at (559) 457-1766

KC can be e-mailed at probateexam2@fresno.courts.ca.gov or faxed directly at (559) 457-1772

LEG can be e-mailed at probateexam3@fresno.courts.ca.gov or faxed directly at (559) 457-1765

KT can be e-mailed at probateexam4@fresno.courts.ca.gov or faxed directly at (559) 457-1762  

LV can be e-mailed at probateexam5@fresno.courts.ca.gov or faxed directly at (559) 457-1764

It is the goal of the Probate Department to have Probate Examiner Notes posted four (4) court days prior to the hearing. Probate Examiner Notes are updated and posted once daily and are only available for viewing on this website through the day of the hearing.



PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Probate Examiner Notes are not part of the official Court file.  Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the documents placed on the Court's website, but the Court is not responsible for delays, errors or omissions in these web pages.



     Probate Examiner Notes



Our Mission

The Probate Division of the Fresno County Superior Court is dedicated to serving the needs of the public in all matters related to Probate, Trusts, Guardianship, Conservatorship, Mental Health, and related cases. We will strive to meet the needs of our customers, and to provide them with professional, courteous, and friendly service. We will provide information and direction where appropriate, promote positive communication, and maintain the integrity of the judicial system.






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