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In counties having only one statutory probate court, that court is designated to hear mental illness, i.e., mental commitment cases. If the counties has multiple statutory probate courts, then one of the statutory probate courts is designated to hear all mental illness matters in that county.... Read entire entry »


County courts in counties without a statutory probate court and without a statutory county court at law, have judges that are, typically, not attorneys and have the jurisdiction (authority) to hear uncontested matters. When a matter becomes contested, there are options to get the case before an attorney (elected) judge to have the contested portion of the matter resolved.... Read entire entry »

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