Nottingham probate office contact details and opening hours can be found below. Although the office is open to the general public, it is recommended that you phone or email with your query before you attend.
You may need to book an appointment first or staff may re-direct your enquiry. It is important to note that registry staff are not qualified to offer legal advice and will not be able to help you with every aspect of the estate administration process.
Nottingham Probate Registry
Butt Dyke House
33 Park Row
Tel:0115 941 4288
Opening hours are Monday to Friday between 9.30am and 4.00pm. Due to the re-structuring of HM Courts and Tribunals services, from 30 November 2011 BirminghamDistrict registry will handle all applications and enquiries until further notice. For the probate office Nottingham after this date email BirminghamDPRenquiries@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk
Obtaining a Grant of Probate
If you have already made an application, the registry will write to you with further instructions once the paperwork has been received. You'll be required to attend an interview to confirm the information you've provided is correct, this is normal procedure and you can expect to receive details through the post.
If you haven't yet made your application, you'll find lots of information to help you on this website. You may want to consider seeking the help of a professional, if so, you can find details of all our services by browsing the site. Alternatively, call our local offices to arrange your free consultation.
IWC Estate Planning & Management Ltd
Coppice Side Business Centre
Tel:0115 822 0901
Access to Records
You may wish to obtain copies of probate records or find out whether a grant has been issued and to whom. IWC offer a find a will service, either for concerned individuals or those who are conducting genealogical research. We can also help you enter in a standing search, so you're notified when an application for probate is made.
As previously mentioned, the probate office cannot advise you on legal matters. If you think there may be a dispute, someone has entered in a caveat or you would like to contest a will, you need to seek professional assistance as soon as possible. Call 0115 822 0901 and speak to a highly qualified practitioner at IWC, without any obligation.