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Muskegon County Probate Court

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The Muskegon County Probate Court is a probate court located in Michigan.


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See also: Michigan judicial elections

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Selection method

See also: Nonpartisan election of judges

Judges of the Michigan Probate Courts are each elected to six-year terms.[2] The elections for this court are nonpartisan contested elections. To serve on this court, a judge must be a qualified elector of the district, licensed to practice law in the state, under the age of 70, and have five years of experience practicing law.

Election rules

Primary election

If there are more than twice the number of candidates than there are judgeships up for election, the race will appear on the primary election ballot. In the nonpartisan primary, the two candidates who receive the greatest number of votes advance to the general election.

General election

If there are not more than twice the amount of candidates than there are persons to be elected, the race will not appear on the primary election ballot, but only on the general election ballot.[3]


If two or more candidates in a race receive the same number of votes, the election is to be decided by lot. In a process run by a county clerk, the candidates choose slips of paper from a box that say either "elected" or "not elected".[4]

  1. Michigan Courts, "Muskegon County," accessed March 24,
  2. Michigan Department of State, "Judge of the Probate Court," accessed July 29,
  3. Michigan Legislature, "Michigan Election Law, Section ," accessed July 9,
  4. Michigan Legislature, "Michigan Election Law, Section ," accessed August 27,

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Probate Court Practice

In Michigan, probate courts have jurisdiction over many types of cases. Our Probate Court Practice Team at Parmenter Law handles probate court matters throughout West Michigan with the utmost compassion for the client’s situation, using our experience and knowledge of the law to aggressively advocate for the client.

Scope of Our Probate Court Services

Our Probate Court Practice Team handles trust and estate administration matters in probate court. We also counsel and represent clients on other probate court matters, including:

  • Guardianship
  • Conservatorship
  • Interpretation of wills and trusts
  • Modification of wills and trusts
  • Special Needs Trusts
  • General probate of estates

Parmenter Law's probate court practice covers the full gamut of Michigan probate court matters. Clients include:

  • Individuals
  • Personal representatives and executors
  • Trustees
  • Guardians
  • Conservators
  • Beneficiaries of wills and trusts

Many of our probate court matters naturally arise from our other practices, including elder law and estate planning, as well as trust and estate administration. Throughout every practice at Parmenter Law, we help clients address issues taking into account the larger, overall context, rather than dealing with a single question or matter at a time. Our unique approach and collegial working atmosphere benefit our clients and their families over the longer term, regardless of what particular issue brings them to the firm. That is especially true in our probate court, estate, and trust practices, all of which involve personal and family matters that touch deeply on the lives of our clients and their families.

Serving Clients in Muskegon, Michigan and Beyond

At Parmenter Law, our clients count on us to help with their legal needs. Our clients include children of some of the firm’s original clients. We are family-oriented in providing our services. You and your family’s needs and interests are extremely important to us. When legal matters arise at emotionally difficult times, you can count on us to have compassion for your circumstances and carry as much of the burden as possible.

Learn more about our Probate Court Practice Team members below or contact us for assistance with a referral to a Team member who can assist with your probate court needs.

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