Probate Court Standard Forms

Each year, many of the Probate Court Standard forms are changed to comply with new code provisions and to make administrative changes.  The Council of Probate Court Judges recommends the use of the latest standard forms.  

All of the Probate Court Standard Forms may be downloaded for your use from

The forms are available to visitors on that web site in PDF format.

It is important that the new version of all forms be used. Use of outdated versions may not reflect recent changes in the law.  


Some of the commonly used forms and other information sheets for the Probate Court of Forsyth County can also be found here.

Birth Certificates

Birth Certificate Request Form-English.pdf

Birth Certificate Request Form-Spanish.pdf

Requesting Birth Certificate and Documentation info.pdf

Death Certificates

Death Certificate Request Form-English.pdf

Death Certificate Request Form-Spanish Revised.pdf

Estates and Guardianships

Heirs Determination Worksheet.pdf

Personal Representative's Handbook.pdf

Estate Inventory.pdf

Annual Return.pdf

Annual Return instructions.pdf

Adult Personal Status Report.pdf

Minor Personal Status Report.pdf

Marriage License and Certificate

Marriage Application Worksheet.pdf

Marriage Counseling Form.pdf

Marriage Certificate Request Form.pdf

Weapons Carry License

Firearms License Worksheet Application.pdf




Contact Us

 Address: 100 West Courthouse Square, Suite 008 Cumming, GA 30040
 Phone: 770-781-2140
 Fax: 770-886-2839
 Email: Contact Us

Our Mission

Probate Court has exclusive, original jurisdiction in the probate of wills, administration of estates, appointment of guardians for minors and incapacitated adults, and appointment of conservators for minors and incapacitated adults. Issues marriage licenses, firearms applications, birth and death certificates and processes passport applications. The Probate Court of Forsyth County is now an "Article 6" or "expanded jurisdiction" Probate Court. Appeals from The Probate Court of Forsyth County are no longer to Superior Court. All appeals are directly to the Georgia Supreme Court or to the Georgia Court of Appeals.