His wife, Anna Zubkova, is running as a Democrat for a probate judge seat in Plainfield, Conn.
At the same time, the Supreme White Alliance acknowledged that Cowart was indeed a “probate member.”
On Feb. 1, 2008, a Los Angeles probate judge granted the conservatorship and issued a restraining order against Lutfi.
In Randolph County, in January, 1866, the probate judge said that 5000 persons were in need of aid.
Mr. Galloway carried the probate of a will to his room, and sat down to examine it.
It was a man's voice insisting that a probate case be settled.
Women are eligible also as deputy town clerk and register of probate.
On the 10th day of November, 1831, the will of Thomas Seddon was admitted to probate.
Just enough of the will was left unburned to be admitted to probate.
It was not at all unusual for the new husband to offer for probate the will of his predecessor.
"official proving of a will," c.1400, from Latin probatum "a thing proved," neuter of probatus "tried, tested, proved," past participle of probare "to try, test, prove" (see prove).
1560s, "to prove," from probate (n.) or from Latin probatus, past participle of probare. Specific sense of "prove the genuineness of a will" is from 1792. Related: Probated; probating.