Amy McCulloch, Probate Judge
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Search for an existing Estate
Search for an existing Marriage License
Estate Packet If the Decedent owned real property and/or the total value of probate assets are over $25,000.00 - Open a Full Estate.
Small Estate Packet If the Decedent did not own real property and the probate assets total under $25,000.00 - Open a Small Estate.
Admit a Will to Probate no probate assets If the Decedent left a Last Will and Testament but there are no probate assets to transfer - Probate the Will Only.
How to File a Formal Action - If the Will is not the original or the interested parties are not in agreement about who should serve as Personal Representative - You must File a Formal Proceeding.
The Richland County Probate Court:
- administers estates of decedents,
- issues marriage licenses,
- appoints guardians and conservators for minors and incapacitated persons,
- orders involuntary commitments of mentally ill or chemically dependent persons, and
- hears and decides trust and estate litigation.
Richland County Judicial Center
1701 Main Street
2nd Floor Suite 207
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Estate Planning & Probate Law Specialists
Links to External Resources & Services
SC Laws on Marriage
SC Laws on Mental Health
SC Tax Forms
Federal Tax Forms
Apply for a Tax Identification Number
SC Vital Records
US Savings Bonds