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Join Santa Fe County Probate Judge Shannon Bulman for a Community Outreach Event

Everything you’ll ever need to know about probate

Monday, July 11, 2016 at 11 a.m.

Ventana de Vida Senior Center

1500 Pacheco Street, Santa Fe NM

(Probate is a legal process that takes place after someone passes away.)

Judge Bulman will help the citizens of Santa Fe County understand the probate process, so they can better organize their own affairs or carry out the duties of administering the estates of loved ones.

Topics of Discussion:

  • Ways to avoid probate
  • When you need to file a probate
  • What is involved in filing a probate proceeding?
  • Should I file in Probate Court or District Court?
  • Do I need an attorney?
  • Can I be appointed as Personal Representative?
  • What does a Personal Representative need to do?

Judge Bulman was elected to serve as Santa Fe County Probate Judge. She began a four year term on January 1, 2015. Judge Bulman brings 25 years of legal experience to the position.

Probate Judge

Shannon Broderick Bulman

First Term 2015-2018
Probate Judge
(505) 992-1636

Contact Us

Shannon Broderick Bulman
Probate Judge
(505) 992-1636

The Probate Office is located at the intersection of West Palace and Grant Ave. at the Bokum Bldg.

Probate Judge Hours:
Monday and Wednesday: 11 a.m. through 3 p.m.
Friday: 1 p.m. through 3 p.m.

Info & Resources

Scheduled appointments are recommended.

Costs:
Probate Cases: $30 (less than 3 years - call about exceptions)
The Probate Court provides packets for $5.00 (Will or No-Will) to the public to aid in filing an Informal Probate Case.