If the property deed(s) is in joint tenants, no probate is required, although please follow-up with the County Assessor’s Office for further information.
If a probate is required, all original documents filed for the purposes of a probate remain in the County Clerk’s probate filing system. When applying and dropping off a new probate, please be sure to bring an original or certified copy of the death certificate, and the original will of the decedent if a will is available. Also, be sure that all documents are filled out legibly and accompanied with the correct fee amount; we accept cash, check, or money order.
All requests for public record copy(ies) must be in written form along with the correct copying fees and the book and page/instrument number of the recorded property documents associated with the probate.
Helpful probate documents can be found at the NM Supreme Court Help Files.
Ex-Officio Probate Clerk
Katharine E. Clark, Santa Fe County Clerk
Probate Records Requests, Packets, and Filing: Please see our fee schedule for a complete list of fees.
Santa Fe County Clerk’s Office
100 Catron Street (New Building)
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Post Office Box 1985
Santa Fe, NM 87504