Deposits ordinarily shall be required upon the initial filing of any action or proceeding. The deposit may be applied as filings occur and additional deposits may be required. The Court shall maintain and make available a current list of costs. The Court accepts only the following methods of payment of court costs: (1) Cash, (2) Money Order and Cashier’s Checks, (3) Law Firm Checks and (4) Fiduciary Account Checks.
All pre-paid but unearned costs $100.00 or less upon final disposition of the case shall automatically be refunded to the fiduciary as part of the fiduciary fee or applicant in non-estate case types. If the case balance is over $100.00, those funds shall be distributed as any other estate asset. The estate attorney shall check with the Court to determine the projected balance of costs prior to final distribution.