The court will assign you a new case number. While this is one of the more straight forward process in probate, it still has its challenges. You may want to ask an attorney to assist you.Ask a similar question
I agree with counsel. The court will issue a case number after you file the paperwork.
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Agreed. The Court will assign the case number.
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