Maidstone Probate Registry Contact Details.
Office open part time – all contact and correspondance to Brighton.
Maidstone Probate Registry Office covers the whole of Kent and is at The Law Courts, Barker Road, Maidstone, Kent England ME16 8EQ DX 130066 Maidstone 7. Please note Maidstone Probate Registry is a branch of the Court and does NOT deal with registering births deaths or marriages. Click here for Registrars of Births, Deaths and Marriages. Back to list of Registries
The Maidstone Probate Registry Office is open to the public from Monday to Friday between 9.30am and 4.00pm. Appointments for interview at Maidstone are arranged between Monday and Friday between the hours of 9.30am and 3.30pm, depending on demand.
Interviews at local probate offices are by appointment only and are arranged by the Maidstone Registry.
The opening arrangements for local offices vary according to demand but, generally, are open on the following days from 10.00am.
Canterbury Probate Registry Office – every 3 months usually on a Wednesday.
Tunbridge Wells Probate Registry Office – every 3 months usually on a Monday.
At present if you can attend your interview at the main Probate Sub-Registry in Maidstone or Brighton you are likely to get a quicker appointment date.
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Contacts at Maidstone Probate Registry Office:
Contact Brighton except by appointment.
Maidstone Probate Registry Office
is part of The Probate Service. This is part of the Family Division of the High Court. It deals with ‘non-contentious’ probate business (where there is no dispute about the validity of a will or entitlement to take a grant), and issues grants of representation. These grants of representation are known as either:
- Probate (when the deceased person left a valid will and an executor is acting)
- Letters of administration with will (when a person has left a valid will but no executor is acting)
- Letters of administration (usually when there is no valid will).
These different types of grants of representation appoint people known as personal representatives to administer the deceased person’s estate.