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1. Overview
The Prince William County Probate/Fiduciary Office puts to record (probate) wills and qualifies executors or administrators of deceased person’s estates. The Probate Office also processes guardian appointments and qualifications on Court Orders for appointment of Conservators of incapacitated individuals. An appointment is needed.
To schedule a probate/qualification appointment, you must complete the Prince William - Probate Pre-Appointment Worksheet and return it to the Probate Office. Within two days of receipt a probate clerk, either Alan Jones or Deborah Armstrong, will call to discuss what was sent and to set up an appointment if needed.
Generally, qualifications take around 15 minutes, as they will have all forms that need to be executed by you completed in advance.
See Prince William County Probate Office for more information about qualification and fees.
2.  Location and Contact Info
Address: Prince William County Judicial Center, 9311 Lee Avenue, 3rd Floor, Room 314, Manassas, Virginia.
 Telephone:   703-792-5587 
3. Checklists and Questionnaires
Prince William - Probate Pre-Appointment Worksheet must be completed and faxed or emailed to the Probate Office for review.  
Frequently Asked Questions provides extensive information about probate.