This Court may accept computer-generated forms created by third party providers, forms as adopted by this Court, or forms prepared by lawyers or others, provided the following conditions are met:
- Such forms shall be in the same format as those provided by this Court.
- The individual presenting forms to this Court shall be responsible to ensure that such forms are in full compliance with the Rules of Superintendence and the Local Rules of this Court.
- All printed material shall be in the same words, sequence and location on the page as the standard probate form. In the case of multiple page forms or two-sided forms, the printed material shall be on the same side or same page as the Standard Probate Form. Any interlineated information shall be in typeface or written legibly in ink.
- The Court may reject forms that deviate from the format of the Standard Probate Forms provided by this Court. Such forms may be rejected prior to filing or stricken from the record upon discovery.