Docket No.: ________________
State of New Jersey
Essex County Surrogate’s Court
Hall of Records, Room 206
ALTURRICK KENNEY
SURROGATE
Newa
rk, New Jersey 07102
DEVERO D. MCDOUGAL
DEPUTY SURROGATE
Phone: 973-6
21-4900
Fax: 973-621-2
647
In the matter of the Estate of:
______________________________________________, Deceased
AKA: ________________________________________
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APPLICATION
ADMINISTRATION
Applicant (s) _______
_________________________________________________________________________ ,
residing at ___________________________________________________________________________________,
of full age, being duly sworn, says:
1. Decedent died intestate on _______________________ and, on said date of death, had a legal residence of
___________________________________________________________ in the County of Essex and State of New Jersey.
2.
Decedent left surviving spouse, heirs at law and next of ki
n, the following persons (include parents and siblings of
decedent if decedent had no spouse and/or children; if any of decedent's children are deceased, list the children of
deceased children) :
Name Relationship
To Decedent
Residence Age of
Minors
3. There are no other next of kin and all the foregoing are of full age except as indicated.
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APPLICATION Page 2 of 2
Docket No.: __________________
Wherefore, the Applicant(s) requests judgment grantin
g Letters of Administration to Applicant(s).
STATE OF NEW JERSEY
COUNTY OF ESSEX
}SS.
Applicant(s), being duly
sworn according to law, did upon their oath, say that the matters and things set forth in the within
application are true to the best of their knowledge and belief, that to the best of their knowledge the decedent died without
a valid Will, and that the value of the entire estate, for the administration of which this application is made, does not
exceed the sum of $_______________.
Sworn and su
bscribed before me on
_____/_____/ 20_____
Signature
Notary
Public or Attorney at Law
My
Commission Expires: __________________
Affix Seal
Attorney of Record:
_
________________________________________
_________________________________________
_________________________________________
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State of New Jersey
Docket No.:
Essex County Surrogate’s Court
ALTURRICK KENNEY
SURROGATE
In the matter of the Estate of:
Hall of Records, Room 206
Newark, New Jersey 07102
Phone: 973-621-4900
Fax: 973-621-2647
DEVERO D. MCDOUGAL
DEPUTY SURROGATE
, Deceased
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POWER OF ATTORNEY
AKA: ADMINISTRATOR
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, that I, residing at
, pursuant to the provisions of Revised Statutes 3B:14 - 47 do hereby
make, constitute and appoint Alturrick Kenney, Surrogate of the County of Essex, in the State of New Jersey, and their successors in
office, my true and lawful attorney upon whom may be served any and all process affecting the aforesaid estate, or any interest therein,
whereof I am the Administrator/trix.
And I do further agree that any process against the aforesaid estate, so served, shall be of the same force and effect as if duly served
upon me within this State.
In Wi
tness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal this / _/
.
Signature
*Copy of government issued picture I.D.*
STATE OF NEW JERSEY
COUNTY OF ESSEX
SS.
BE IT REMEMBERED, that on this, / / _, before me, the subscriber, a Notary Public/Attorney at Law of New Jersey,
personally appeared who I am satisfied is the person named in they signed, sealed and delivered the said
power of attorney as their voluntary act and deed, for the uses and purposes therein expressed.
Notary Public/Attorney at Law of the State of New Jersey
My Commission Expirees
Affix Seal
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Docket No.: ______________
State of New Jersey
Essex County Surrogate’s Court
Hall of Records, Room 206
ALTURRICK KENNEY
SURROGATE
Newark, New Jersey 07102
DEVERO D. MCDOUGAL
DEPUTY SURROGATE
Phone: 973-621-4900
Fax: 973-621-2647
In the matter of the Estate of:
__________________________________________________, Deceased
AKA: ____________________________________________
}
ADMINISTRATOR
QUALIFICATION
____________________________________________________, the Administrator/rix(s), in the annexed writing named, being duly
sworn on oath, says, the within named, deceased, died without a Will as far as they know and verily believe; that they will well and
truly administer all and singular the goods, chattels and credits which were of said deceased at the time of death, that have or shall
come to their possession or knowledge, or to the possession of any other person or persons for their use; and that they will make and
exhibit unto the Surrogate’s Office of the County of Essex, a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods, chattels and
credits, and render a just and true account of the administration; and that said intestate died on ______________________________.
Si
gnature
Subscri
bed and Sworn to before me on
____/____/20 ____
____
______________________________________________
Notary Public / Attorney at Law of the State of New Jersey
My Commissi
on Expires: ____________________________
Affix Seal
ADMINISTRATOR QUALIFICATION Page 1 of 1
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Docket No.: ______________
State of New Jersey
Essex County Surrogate’s Court
ALTURRICK KENNEY Hall of Records, Room 206
SURROGATE Newark, New Jersey 07102
DEVERO D. MCDOUGAL
DEPUTY SURROGATE
Phone 973-621-4900
Fax 973-621-2647
In the matter of the Estate of:
____________________________, Deceased
AKA: ______________________________
ADMINISTRATION
AFFIDAVIT OF
ASSETS
I, ____________________________________________, of full age, being duly sworn, depose(s)
and say(s):
1. I reside at _____________________________________________________________
_____________________, and I am applying for Letters of Administration upon the
estate of ______________________________________________, who died intestate, on
_______________________ and resided at ________________________________ in the
County of Essex and State of New Jersey at the time of death.
2. The following is a brief descriptive list and valuation of all the assets constituting
the real and personal property of the decedent (with documentary proofs of each
asset attached):
ITEMS_________________________________ TOTAL ESTIMATED AMOUNT/VALUE
Cash on hand: $
_________________________________________________________________________________
Balances in bank accounts of decedent (list accounts) $
_________________________________________________________________________________
Corporate Stocks, bonds and notes, etc: $
_________________________________________________________________________________
Life insurance taken out by decedent without $
A named beneficiary or payable to the Estate:
_________________________________________________________________________________
Automobiles (include year, made, model, and VIN #): $
2
_________________________________________________________________________________
Household effects, jewelry, other chattel, etc.: $
_________________________________________________________________________________
All other personal property belonging to the Estate: $
(Refund checks, security deposits, etc.)
_________________________________________________________________________________
Real Estate, located at (list separately by type and address): $
(If market value is unknown, may use tax assessed value)
_________________________________________________________________________________
REMARKS:
_________________________________________________________________________________
TOTAL VALUATION OFF ALL PROPERTY: $
3. I am familiar with the circumstance of the estate and have herein provided, to the best
of my knowledge, information and belief, a true and complete list of the real and
personal assets and effects of the decedent, of which the decedent died possessed or is in
any way entitled to, for and in respect of which Letters of Administration are to be
granted.
4. The values/amounts stated herein are made without deducting anything on account of
the debts due and owing from the decedent.
5. I will post a bond in the amount of the total valuation of all property, unless a different
amount is required by the Surrogate. If the valuation changes after Letters of
Administration are granted, I will provide documentation of same to the Surrogate’s
Court and make application to adjust the administrative bond.
6. I understand that the estate assets must be first applied to the payment of all just claims
against the estate, according to legal priority, as the law does not permit the distribution
of a decedent’s property to the exclusion of creditors.
7. I understand that if any of my statements are found to be willfully false, I may be liable
for perjury.
___________________________
Signature
Subscribed and sworn to before me
on this ________day of ___________________, 20 ____ .
_____________________________________
Notary Public/Attorney at Law of New Jersey
Docket No______________
OFFICE OF THE SURROGATE
ESSEX COUNTY
ALTURRICK KENNEY
SURROGATE
Devero D. McDougal
DEPUTY SURROGATE
469 Dr.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
Hall of Records, Room 206
N
ewark, N
ew Jersey 07102
www.essexs
urrogate.com
IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING BONDS
1. The Surrogate is the Judge of the Surrogate's Court. In that capacity, the Surrogate has the authority to
appoint an administrator of an estate. If you are appointed administrator, you are the fiduciary for the estate
and may be required to post a surety bond, pursuant to New Jersey statutes, particularly NJSA 3B: 15-1. The
purpose of the bond, which is based on the amount of the assets, is to protect the heirs and creditors of the
estate.
2. A bond is not insurance. You are responsible for any losses which cause the surety to make payment on
your behalf. The Indemnity Agreement is your promise to repay the surety. The law establishes minimum
terms and conditions for indemnity and collection, which must be in each bond. The other terms, such as
premium and duration are between you and the bonding company.
3. You are free to purchase the bond from any qualified source.
4. The initial premium is due when the bond application is completed and your appointment as administrator
will not be granted until the bond is received in the Surrogate's Court.
5. The bond does not terminate at the end of the first year. Annual premiums are due to the bonding
agent each year until the estate is closed (the accounting, Refunding Bond and Release forms, and any
tax waiver(s) from the state of New Jersey are all filed in Surrogate's Court). If you do not notify
them and provide proof that the estate is closed, you will continue to be billed each year for another
premium.
6. The annual bills will come directly from the bonding agent.
7. If the value of the estate is reduced, you can have the bond reduced. Since the premium is determined by
the amount of the bond, reducing the bond will result in a savings in most cases.
ADMINISTRATOR BOND Page 1 of 4
Docket No.: ______________
State of New Jersey
Essex County Surrogate’s Court
In the matter of the Estate of:
______________________________________________, Deceased
AKA: ________________________________________
}
ADMINISTRATOR’S
BOND
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, That we, ____________________________________ Administrator/rix of the estate of
____________________________________________________, deceased, (hereinafter referred to as Administrator/rix) as Principal,
and _____________________________________, a corporation of the State of _________________________ as Surety, are held and
firmly bound unto the Superior Court of New Jersey in the sum of ______________________________________________________
lawful money of the United States, to be paid to the said Superior Court, its successors or assigns, to which payment well and truly to
be made, we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors, administrators, successors and assigns, jointly and severally, firmly by these
presents. Sealed with our seals, and dated ________________________________.
THE CONDITION OF THIS OBLIGATION IS SUCH (N.J.S.A. 3B:15-5)
That if the above bounden Administrator/rix shall perform every one of the duties described in the numbered paragraphs which
immediately follow this paragraph, then the above obligation shall be void and of no effect, or else shall remain in full force and
virtue.
1
. If required by the Court or if an exemption is to be set off as required in N.J.S.A. 3B:16-1, et seq.., to make a true and p
erfect
i
nventory of the real and personal property of the decedent, which has or shall come into his/her hands, possession or knowledg
e or
into the hands of any other person for him/her, and to cause an appraisal to be made of the real and personal property and to file the
i
nventory and appraisal in the Office of the Clerk of the Superior Court or of the Surrogate of Essex County, as the ease may b
e,
with
in the time so required;
2.
To faithfully discharge all of the duties imposed upon them
according to law;
3
. To make a just and true account of his/her administration of the estate, and, if required by the Court, to settle their account th
erein
within the time so required;
4.
To deliver and pay to the distributees entitled thereto by law the surplus property of the deceased as may remain pursuant to the
account; a
nd
ADMINISTRATOR BOND Page 2 of 4
Docket No.: _______________
5.
To deliver their Letters of Administration to the proper court when required so to do, if a Will of the deceased is found an
d
ex
hibited to it and by it admitted to prob
ate.
6
. To comply in all respects with the Statutes pertaining theret
o.
Th
e Principal and surety hereby submit themselves to the jurisdiction of the Superior Court and do hereby irrevocably appoint the
Clerk of the Superior Court/ Surrogate of Su 1rrogate_County County as their agent upon whom any papers affecting their liability on
this bond may be served. The Principal and Surety waive any right to a jury trial in an action to enforce liability on the bond.
Liability on the bond may be enforced by motion in the action, if one is pending, without the necessity of any independent action and
the said motion may be served upon the Principal and Surety by mailing it, by ordinary mail, to the Clerk of the Superior Court/
Surrogate Essex County, as named above, who shall forthwith mail copies thereof to
The Principal at:
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
And the Surety at:
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Signe
d, Sealed and Delivered in the Presence of:
___________________________________________
Witness as to Principal Signature
__________________________________PRINCIPAL
Signature
(Seal)
__________________________________SURETY
The within bond is hereby approved as to form and sufficiency.
Dated: ______________________ ___________________________________________
J.S.C. or Surrogate
Attor
ney of Record:
_____________________________________
_____________________________________
_____________________________________
_____________________________________
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Docket No.: _______________
ESSEX COUNTY SURROGATE’S COURT
IN THE MATTER OF: _____________________________, Deceased
Acknowledgement
I/We, _____________________________________________, acknowledge that I/We have received a copy of
“Important Information Regarding Bonds”.
I/We understand that the Surrogate requires a bond but that selection of the bonding company is my/our option.
I/We further understand that the price, terms and conditions are a private contractual matter between me/us and
the bonding company and that the Surrogate is not a party to that contract.
________________________________________________________
Signature
Date: ___________________________________________________
Docket No.: ______________
State of New Jersey
Essex County Surrogate’s Court
ALTURRICK KENNEY Hall of Records, Room 206
SURROGATE Newark, New Jersey 07102
DEVERO D. MCDOUGAL
DEPUTY SURROGATE
Phone 973-621-4900
Fax 973-621-2647
_____________________________, Deceased VERIFICATIONS:
AKA: CHILD SUPPORT
NOTICE OF PROBATE
State of New Jersey
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County of Essex
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, that I hereby certify that I have been given a
copy of:
_________ N.J.S.A. 2A:17-56.23b, Judgment for Child Support Lien Against Net Proceeds
of Settlement: Priority, advising me as to my obligation to determine if child support arrearages
exist against any beneficiary entitled to receive more than $2,000.00 and to satisfy same prior to
disbursement of funds payable to said beneficiary identified as owing said child support.
_________ New Jersey Court Rule 4:80-6, Notice of Probate of Will, advising me as to my
obligation to send notice of the probate of a Will to beneficiaries and all persons designated by Rule
4:80-1(a)(3), including the testator’s spouse, heirs, next of kin, and any other persons entitled to
letters.
___________________________
Signature
Print Name:
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this day of , 20 .
__________________________
Notary Public/Attorney at Law
New Jersey Permanent Statutes
Title 2A Administration of Civil and Criminal Justice
2A:17-56.23b JUDGMENT FOR CHILD SUPPORT LIEN AGAINST NET PROCEEDS OF SETTLEMENT: PRIORITY
1. a. A judgment for child support entered pursuant to P.L.1988, c.111 (C.2A:17-56.23a) and docketed with
the Clerk of the Superior Court shall be a lien against the net proceeds of any settlement negotiated prior or
subsequent to the filing of a lawsuit, civil judgment, civil arbitration award, inheritance or workers' compensation
award. The lien shall have priority over all other levies and garnishments against the net proceeds of any
settlement negotiated prior or subsequent to the filing of a lawsuit, civil judgment, civil arbitration award, inheritance
or workers' compensation award unless otherwise provided by the Superior Court, Chancery Division, Family Part.
The lien shall not have priority over levies to recover unpaid income taxes owed to the State. The lien shall stay
the distribution of the net proceeds to the prevailing party or beneficiary until the child support judgment is satisfied.
As used in this act "net proceeds" means any amount of money, in excess of $2,000, payable to the prevailing
party or beneficiary after attorney fees, witness fees, court costs, fees for health care providers, payments to the
Medicaid program under section 6 of P.L.1979, c.365 (C.30:4D-7.1), reimbursement to the Division of Employment
Security in the Department of Labor, the employer or employer's insurance carrier for temporary disability benefits
that may have been paid pending the outcome of a workers' compensation claim as provided by section 1 of
P.L.1950, c.174 (C.34:15-57.1), reimbursement to an employer or the employer's workers' compensation insuranc
e
carrier as provided in R.S.34:15-40, and other costs related to the lawsuit, inheritance or settlement are deducted
from the award, proceeds or estate; "prevailing party" or "beneficiary" shall not include a partnership, corporation,
limited liability partnership, financial institution, government entity or minor child; and "agent" means an authorized
representative of the prevailing party or beneficiary, a union representative, an executor or administrator of a
decedent's estate, an arbitrator or any other person or entity if such person or entity is responsible for t
he
distribution of net proceeds to a prevailing party or beneficiary.
b. Before distributing any net proceeds of a settlement, judgment, inheritance or award to the prevailing
party or beneficiary:
(1
) the prevailing party or beneficiary shall provide the attorney, insurance company or agent responsible
for the final distribution of such funds with a certification that includes the prevailing party's or beneficiary's full
name, mailing address, date of birth and Social Security number; and
(2) the attorney representing the prevailing party or beneficiary shall initiate a search of child suppor
t
judgments, through a private judgment search company that maintains information on child support judgments, to
determine if the prevailing party or beneficiary is a child support judgment debtor.
If the prevailing party or beneficiary is not represented by an attorney, the judgment search shall be initiated by the
opposing attorney, insurance company or agent before the proceeds are distributed to the prevailing party or
beneficiary. In the case of a workers' compensation action, the Administrative Office of the Courts shall, at least
once every 60 days, transmit information on child support judgment debtors to the Division of Workers'
Compensation in the Department of Labor. The information shall include the debtor's name, Social Security
number, the amount of the child support judgment, the Probation Division case number and the Probation Division
office to which the judgment is payable. The Division of Workers' Compensation shall match the data received on
child support judgment debtors against the information it maintains for individuals who have filed workers'
compensation claims with the division. When a match is identified, the Division of Workers' Compensation shall
notify the appropriate judge of compensation of the child support judgment before the decision, award,
determination, judgment or order approving the settlement is rendered. The judge of compensation shall
incorporate in the decision, award, determination, judgment or order approving the settlement, an order requiring
the employer or the employer's insurance carrier to contact the Probation Division to satisfy the child support
judgment out of the net proceeds of the workers' compensation award, order or settlement before any such monies
are paid to the employee. The Division of Workers' Compensation shall be immune from any civil liability that may
arise from any information provided by the division or any order issued by a judge of compensation relating to a
child support judgment, in accordance with this section. In the case of judgments or settlements resulting from a
labor arbitration involving employees of a school board or school district, a judgment search shall be initiated by the
school board or district prior to the release of any net proceeds to the employees and only if there is an income
withholding for child support active against the employee in the records of the school board or district. In the case
of an inheritance, the executor or administrator of the decedent's estate shall initiate the judgment search. The
judgment search company shall provide a certification to the attorney, insurance company, agent or party initiating
the lawsuit identifying whether or not the prevailing party or beneficiary is a child support judgment debtor.
In the case of net proceeds that are to be paid through a structured settlement or other payment plan, the attorney,
insurance company or agent shall be required to conduct the child support judgment search only at the time of
settlement or prior to the distribution of the first payment under the plan. If a child support judgment is identified,
the attorney, insurance company or agent shall provide the Probation Division with a copy of the structured
settlement or payment plan within 30 days of identifying the child support judgment.
If there are no attorneys representing either party in a civil lawsuit, the party bringing the lawsuit shall initiate the
judgment search and shall be required to file the certification with the court at least 10 working days prior to the trial
or with the stipulation that the certification shall be filed at the time of the settlement or dismissal of the lawsuit.
For monies deposited with the court, no distribution of funds shall be made until the attorney, prevailing party or
beneficiary provides the Clerk of the Superior Court with a copy of the certification showing that the prevailing party
or beneficiary is not a child support judgment debtor.
The fee for a judgment search which is required by this section shall not exceed $10 for each name of a child
support judgment debtor that is searched. The fee for a judgment search is chargeable against the net proceeds as
a cost of the settlement, judgment, inheritance or award.
c. If the certification shows that the prevailing party or beneficiary is not a child support judgment debtor,
the net proceeds may be paid to the prevailing party or beneficiary immediately. If the certification shows that the
prevailing party or beneficiary is a child support judgment debtor, the attorney, insurance company or agent that
initiated the search shall contact the Probation Division of the Superior Court to arrange for the satisfaction of the
child support judgment. The attorney, insurance company or agent shall notify the prevailing party or beneficiary of
the intent to satisfy the child support judgment prior to the disbursement of any funds to the prevailing party or
beneficiary. Upon receipt of a warrant of satisfaction for the child support judgment, the attorney, insurance
company or agent shall pay the balance of the settlement, judgment, award or inheritance to the prevailing party or
beneficiary. If the net proceeds are less than the amount of the child support judgment, the entire amount of the
net proceeds shall be paid to the Probation Division as partial satisfaction of the judgment.
If there are no attorneys representing either party in a civil lawsuit and the certification filed with the court shows
that the prevailing party or beneficiary is a child support judgment debtor, the court shall order that the opposing
party pay the amount of the child support judgment to the Probation Division before any funds are paid to the
prevailing party or beneficiary. The court shall also insure that any judgment related to the lawsuit docketed with
the Clerk of the Superior Court reflect the Probation Division's superior claim to such funds.
d. An attorney, insurance company or agent shall not be liable for distributing net proceeds to the
prevailing party or beneficiary based on the results of a judgment certification showing the prevailing party or
beneficiary is not the debtor of a child support judgment, if it is later shown that the prevailing party or beneficiary
provided inaccurate personal information on the initial certification to the attorney, the insurer or agent.
e. An attorney, insurance company or agent who, in accordance with this act, satisfies a child support
judgment from the net proceeds of a settlement, judgment, inheritance or award, shall not be liable for payments
which otherwise would have been made pursuant to subsection a. of this section which were not so identified to the
attorney, insurance company or agent at the time of satisfaction.
f. An attorney, insurance company or agent who, in accordance with this act, satisfies a child support
judgment from the net proceeds of a settlement, judgment, inheritance or award, shall not be liable to the prevailing
party or beneficiary or to that party's creditors.
g. An attorney shall not be required to challenge a child support judgment unless retained by the prevailing
party or beneficiary to do so.
h. A private judgment search company is prohibited from using any information provided by an attorney,
insurance company or agent in accordance with this act for any purpose other than: (1) determining if the prevailing
party or beneficiary is the debtor of a child support judgment; and (2) preparing a certification as required pursuant
to subsection b. of this section.
i. To the extent feasible and permitted by the Rules of Court, the Administrative Office of the Courts may
share information on a child support judgment debtor with an insurance carrier for the sole purpose of complying
with the provisions of P.L.2000, c.81 (C.2A:17-56.23b et al.).
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Notice of Probate & Proof of Mailing - REQUIREMENTS
Rule 4:80-6, N.J. Court Rules, 1969, effective September 4, 1990, requires personal
representatives to send notice of the probate of a Will to beneficiaries and all persons
designated by Rule 4:801(a)(3), including the testator’s spouse, heirs, next of kin,
and any other persons entitled to letters.
The notice is required to state the name and address of the personal representative*
and that a copy of the Will may be requested from the personal representative. In the
case of a charitable bequest, however, the Attorney General of the State of New Jersey
is entitled to a copy of the Will with the notice. If the names and addresses of all
personal entitled to notice are unknown and cannot be ascertained upon reasonable
inquiry, a notice of probate must be published.
Proof of Mailing of the notice must be filed with the Surrogate within 10 days thereof.
The filing fee, payable to “Essex County Surrogate,” is $5.00 per page.
* The term “personal representative” is used in lieu of executor/trix
and administrator with the Will annexed.
=======================================
For your information, the full text of Rule 4:80-6, from the Current New Jersey Court
Rules, follows:
4:80-6. Notice of Probate of Will
Within 60 days after the date of the probate of a will, the personal
representative shall cause to be mailed to all beneficiaries under the
will and to all persons designated by R. 4:80-1(a)(3), at their last
known addresses, a notice in writing that the will has been probated,
the place and date of probate, the name and address of the personal
representative and a statement that a copy of the will shall be
furnished upon request. Proof of mailing shall be filed with the
Surrogate within 10 days thereof. If the names or addresses of any of
those persons are not known, or cannot by reasonable inquiry be
determined, then a notice of probate of the will shall be published in a
newspaper of general circulation in the county naming or identifying
those persons as having a possible interest in the probate estate. If by
the terms of the will property is devoted to a present or future
charitable use or purpose, like notice and a copy of the will shall be
mailed to the Attorney General.
Note: Source-R.R. 4:99-7; former R. 4:80-8 amended and rule redesignated June 29, 1990 to be
effective September 4, 1990.
Docket No.: ______________
State of New Jersey
Essex County Surrogate’s Court
ALTURRICK KENNEY Hall of Records, Room 206
SURROGATE Newark, New Jersey 07102
DEVERO D. MCDOUGAL
DEPUTY SURROGATE
Phone 973-621-4900
Fax 973-621-2647
In the Matter of the Estate of
NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL
_____________________________, Deceased PURSUANT TO RULE 4:80-6
AKA:
TO:
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Will of _______________________________ ,
who died on ____________________, 20____, was admitted to probate by the
Surrogate of Essex County, New Jersey, on _____________________, 20 ____.
You are entitled to have a copy of the Will upon request to the personal representative
(Executor/Executrix), ____________________________________, at the address
provided below.
Dated:
______________________ _________________________________
Signature
Address of
Personal Representative:
_________________________________
_________________________________
____________________________________
Docket No.: ______________
State of New Jersey
Essex County Surrogate’s Court
ALTURRICK KENNEY Hall of Records, Room 206
SURROGATE Newark, New Jersey 07102
DEVERO D. MCDOUGAL
DEPUTY SURROGATE
Phone 973-621-4900
Fax 973-621-2647
In the Matter of the Estate of
PROOF OF MAILING OF
_____________________________, Deceased NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL
AKA: PURSUANT TO RULE 4:80-6
I, ____________________________, residing at ________________________________________,
certify as follows:
1. I am the Executor/Executrix of the above estate.
2. On_________________________, 20 ______, I forwarded Notice(s) of Probate of Will to all
next of kin and to all beneficiaries named in the Will of _________________________________.
3. I forwarded copies of the attached notice(s) by (Select the method you used):
__________ Regular Mail __________ Express Mail
__________ Certified Mail __________ Hand Delivery
To the following:
Name(s)_______________________ Address(es)___________________________________
I certify that the foregoing statements made by me are true. I am aware that if any of the foregoing
statements made by me are willfully false, I am subject to punishment.
Dated:________________________ ___________________________
Signature
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