Commission to Create a Plan to Incorporate the Probate Courts into the Judicial Branch Meeting November 1, 2021
(State House Room 228; 10:00 a.m.)
- Meeting Agenda 11/1/2021
- Responses to Information Requests
- 2018 Probate Court Case Loads
- 2020 Probate Court Case Loads
- 2019 Survey of Probate Judge Salaries
- 2019 County Officer Compensation Survey
- 2020 Probate Court Budget and Court-Appointed Professionals Info. (corrected 11.2.21)
- 2020 Probate Court Facilities & Status of Record Scanning
- FY19 - FY20 Aroostoook County Probate Court Budget Info.
- FY19 - FY20 Lincoln County Probate Court Budget Info.
- FY19 - FY21 Penobscot County Probate Court Budget Info.
- FY19 - FY20 Piscataquis County Probate Court Budget Info.
- FY19 - FY21 Washington County Probate Court Budget Info.
- Costs for state trial judges/justices and estimated technology costs
- Probate Judge Time and Workload
- 1975 Trial Court Report
- Memo: Oversight of Registers
- Written Public Comments Submitted in advance of November 1, 2021 Meeting
- Potential Models and Issues to Address
- Probate Court Jurisdiction and Register Duties (updated 11.2.21)
Members of the public attending the meeting in-person in Room 228 of the State House must adhere to the Legislative Council’s COVID-19 Prevention Policy. Alternatively, the meeting will be live-streamed on the Legislature’s YouTube page at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BAdEmFofkLw and a live audio-only stream of the meeting will be available at the following link: https://legislature.maine.gov/Audio/#228.
The Commission invites members of the public to provide public comment either in-person at the State House or remotely; if you intend to provide your comments remotely over Zoom, please register in advance through the following link: : https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_W8-zYa8QRVu_zH1-9AjB1Q. If you do not intend to provide public comment but wish to follow the meeting remotely, we respectfully request that you access the meeting via YouTube or by listening to the audio stream rather than over Zoom.
The Commission also welcomes written comments from members of the public. If you are testifying in person at the State House, please bring 25 copies of your written comments with you. All other persons who wish to submit written comments should send them via email to Janet.Stocco@legislature.maine.gov. To ensure that your comments are received by commission members in time for the meeting, please submit your comments by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, October 29th. Written comments received after that time will be distributed to commission members as soon as possible (but may not be distributed until the meeting is over).
Please remember that any comments submitted for distribution to the commission are a matter of public record and may be posted on this website. Please avoid including any private or sensitive personal information in your submissions.