Ward D. Robertson, III
Tuscaloosa County Commission
P.O. Box 20067
Tuscaloosa, AL 35402
Phone: (205) 464-8204
Tuscaloosa County Courthouse
714 Greensboro Avenue, Suite 121
Tuscaloosa, AL 35401-1891
Office Hours: 8:30 am to 5:00 pmView Map
The duties and responsibilities of the Probate Judge are many and varied. Some duties are administrative in nature, others are judicial and some are legislative in character.
The Probate Judge is recognized in a special category, because the Probate Judge has legal functions as well as many political and administrative roles. The Code of Alabama 1975 and its supplements contain the general statutory provision affecting the Probate Office. The State Legislature has passed many local acts and general acts affecting the Office of the Judge of Probate.
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The responsibilities of the Office of Probate include:
- Probating Wills
- Administering In testate Estates
- Establishing Cemeteries
- Mental Commitments
- Name Changes
- Marriage License Corrections
- Election Official for County
Online Business Filing
The Probate Office has added online filing of certain corporate documents. Customers can now file Domestic (for profit) corporations as well as forming and dissolving Domestic Limited Liability Companies (LLC’s). The registered agent’s address determines what county the filing should occur. Currently, this service is only available for mailing addresses in cities, or towns, wholly within Tuscaloosa County. For example, addresses in the city of Moundville do not have access to this service as it falls in Hale and Tuscaloosa County.
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