What We Do
This court handles all filings and hearings for the admission of wills, the administration of estates, applications for and administration of guardianships and conservatorships, adult protective services actions, administration of mental illness cases, adoptions, name changes, minor settlement cases, and wrongful death cases. Additionally, this court issues marriage licenses.
Wood County Probate Court will be closed on Monday, February 16, 2015 to observe Presidents' Day.
Effective July 1, 2014, a certified birth record is required to be filed with an adult name change application.
Inventory publication fees have increased to $57.00. This fee will be charged to estate cases requiring an inventory.
The United States Postal Service has increased certified mail costs to $6.40 per mailing. This fee will be asssessed to all cases where notice in this manner is required or requested.
If you would like to have Wood County Probate Court news and updates delivered directly to your e-mail inbox, contact Jennifer Robeson at 419-354-9234.
The 18.3 Consent to Adoption form has been modified and is available on the Forms page under the Adoptions section. The content of the form remains roughly the same; formatting adjustments were made so that language regarding waiver of notice is more prominent. Attorneys/parties are asked to use this form and discard any old forms they may have.
The Court operates a Volunteer Guardian Program and is accepting applications from citizens who wish to act as volunteer guardians to adults in our community. Interested individuals should complete and submit the following application to this Court:Volunteer Guardian Application
The information provided in this web site is a time sensitive copy of certain records and may not reflect the most recent updates to the actual records. The Wood County Probate Court shall not be liable for losses or damages resulting from errors, omissions, or discrepancies in these records. The official records are located in the Wood County Probate Court, second floor of the Wood County Court House, Bowling Green, Ohio 43402.
The Wood County Probate Court personnel are prohibited by law to provide legal advice or assist in filling out forms.