CT Probate FormsShow Table of Contents
There are a number of state-specific forms you may need when going through the probate process.
In Connecticut, the local probate court handles estate matters.
You can check with your local court for the forms they might prefer, and below you will find some of the more common CT forms:
- Petition for Probate (Form PC-200) - Get the probate process started
- Confidential Information for Petition for Probate (Form PC-200CI) - Give the court the decedent's social security number
- Appointment of Judge as Agent for Out-of-State Executors (Form PC-482) - Appoint probate judge as agent for estate correspondence
- Petition for Support Allowance (Form PC-202) - Request an interim estate allowance for the surviving family
- Creditor Notice (Form PC-234) - Notify creditors of the probate
- Declaration of Insolvent Estate (Form PC-204) - Tell the court the estate cannot pay all its debts
- Estate Inventory (Form PC-440) - Report estate contents to the court (consider attaching EstateExec Inventory Report)
- Estate Accounting (Form PC-441) - Consider attaching EstateExec Accounting Report
- Affidavit of Closing (Form PC-213) - Tell the court you have distributed everything and are done
See CT Probate Forms for a more complete list of forms that may be required in certain situations.
Small estates sometimes need only 1 specialized form or affidavit: see Small CT Estates.
See also General Probate.