Manchester District Probate Registry Office address is just below. If you would you like some help with the probate process, we offer two options:
- Our DIY Probate site gives the best of both worlds, with low cost online help backed up by our full service (at extra cost) if you find can’t manage the whole thing even with our Probate Wizard. Or
- Our normal flexible probate service which has low fees and will do as much or as little of the work as you wish. Not untypical is a recent case quoted by a bank at £4,800 plus expenses, where our fees were less than £1,500 including expenses. And we don’t insist on doiung the whole job.
The Manchester District Probate Registry
is at Manchester Civil Justice Centre, Ground Floor, 1 Bridge Street West PO Box 4240 Manchester M60 1WJ. Tel: 0161 240 5700. Please note that Manchester Probate Registry is a branch of the Court and does NOT deal with registering births deaths or marriages. Click here for Registrars of Births, Deaths and Marriages.
For helpful tips in dealing with Manchester District probate registry, or if you need professional help with Probate at sensible fees, please contact us at The Probate Department Ltd . We will be delighted to have a free initial chat. Please remember that we are a business, and whilst we’re always happy to have a free exploratory chat, we do charge (relatively modestly) for our time.
If you need to go to the Registry, click the link below to the Google map and directions page. There is more information below that.
The office typically covers Salford, Stockport, Cheadle and Gatley. As well as Denton, Hyde, Audenshaw, Ashton-under-Lyme. Falsworth, Royton and Rochdale would also typically look to the Manchester Registry. Prestwich, Middleton Bury and the better known Swinton and Worsley would generally also use the Manchester Probate Office.
Solicitor enquiries ManchesterDPRsolicitorsenquiries@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk.
Personal Application enquiries: ManchesterDPRenquiries@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk .
Manchester Probate Registry opening hours 9.30 am to 4.00 pm.
The court waiting area is open to court users at least 30 minutes before the first hearing. Please arrive in sufficient time to allow any security checks to be carried out.
If you have any concerns about coming to court or the court experience please speak to a member of staff. Court staff can advise you on procedures, give you the forms you need and help you fill them in. They cannot however give you legal advice.
For legal advice please contact us at The Probate Department Ltd – you can also download our free Guide to Probate.
Manchester District Probate Registry
Switchboard 0161 240 5700
Personal applications 0161 240 5701
Solicitors/Cashier/Copies 0161 240 5702