Commencing April 5, 2021, the Trumbull County Courthouse will be open to the public. The Trumbull County Probate Court will remain open for all services. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Court requests that persons with business before the Court continue to conduct Court matters remotely. The Court requests that persons seeking to gain access contact the Court in advance to make arrangements.
ALL PERSONS SEEKING TO ENTER THE TRUMBULL COUNTY COURTHOUSE ARE STILL REQUIRED TO WEAR PROTECTIVE FACE COVERING. SOCIAL DISTANCING REQUIREMENTS WILL ALSO REMAIN IN PLACE.
The services of the Court, including hearings, may continue to be conducted remotely or in person. In the event that a court service or hearing is being held remotely, the Court will contact all counsel and unrepresented parties to provide instructions for participation.
It is requested that all filings be made through the Court’s e-filing system, fax or U.S. Mail.
Public records can be requested by calling the Court during business hours.
Marriage licenses will continue to be issued. Physical attendance for the license is required. The Court does request that parties seeking to apply for a license schedule an appointment. For an appointment, applicants should call the Court during business hours. For more information, click here.
The Court can be reached at (330) 675-2521. The Court’s business hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Trumbull County Probate Court is open to issue marriage licenses. The Court recommends that persons seeking a license contact the Court to schedule an appointment. For an appointment, call (330) 675-2521 during business hours. For more information, click here
WELCOME TO YOUR PROBATE COURT
The Trumbull County Probate Court serves the citizens of Trumbull County during some of their most vulnerable and life-changing events with compassion, professionalism, and fairness. By law, the Probate Court is responsible for over two hundred separate duties, from estates, guardianships, and marriage licenses to adoptions, changes of name, and mental health matters. In addition to its judicial and administrative functions, the Court reaches out into the community to lend assistance to our most vulnerable citizens with programs such as the Guardian Angels, the Senior Court Assistance Program, and the Veterans Assistance Program. The Court welcomes you to view this site and explore all the ways that the Probate Court can serve you.
JUDGE JAMES A. FREDERICKA