When a person dies while residing in Kendall County, Illinois, sometimes his/her estate will need to pass through probate. If this is needed, then his/her probate estate will go through the Kendall County Probate court located in Yorkville, Illinois.
Kendall County Probate Court
In Kendall County, there is only one judge who hears all Probate matters for the entire county. The Probate call is heard on certain weekdays at 9:00 a.m. in Courtroom 116 of the Kendall County Courthouse, located at 807 W. John St., Yorkville, Illinois.
How do I know if Kendall County is the right county for my loved one's Probate estate?
In Illinois, a probate case is handled in the county of the deceased person's primary residence. Thus, if your loved one passed away while residing in Kendall County, then the Court will presume that Kendall County is the county of domicile, even if real estate or other property is owned in another county, state, or country.
How long does Probate take in Kendall County?
A typical probate case will be completed in Kendall County in six to twelve months, depending on what all needs to be done in order to properly administer the estate. With that being said, there are many issues that could complicate the estate (such as litigation), and thus cause delays in completing the overall administration.
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Our firm has helped many individuals with routine and complicated probate estates in Kendall County. If you have questions regarding a probate estate, complete the form below to set up a free initial consultation today!
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