Beth M. Forbes
Register Of Wills And Recorder Of Deeds
Beth M. ForbesRegister Of Wills & Recorder Of Deeds
Marlo B. UreyDeputy Register Of Wills &Deputy Recorder Of Deeds
Office Hours: M-F 8:30a.m. to 4:30p.m.Phone:
REGISTER OF WILLS
Effective Monday, February 3rd, 2020, it will be required by the Crawford County Register of Wills office, when opening an estate, a death certificate must be filed along with the $7.00 filing fee.
Probate EstatesCollect Pennsylvania Inheritance TaxFile Pennsylvania Resident Inheritance Tax Returns
Register of Wills Filing Fees -
Effective November 13, 2017
Online Register of Wills Search
All Estates on file are public record.
All Estate records from 1991 to present are online.
Records include: Probated estates back to 1800 including most of the old original wills and supporting papers.
Copies mailed or faxed @ $.50/page upon written request accompanied by the fees.Index Book Search Available:Will Index 1800-1974Will Index 1975-2000
RECORDER OF DEEDS
Recorded land records:DeedsMortgagesMortgage SatisfactionsMortgage ReleasesAgreements - Article of Agreements, Oil & Gas Leases, etc;UCC FilingsNotary PublicsPower of Attorneys
You can now record your documents electronically with the following companies:
Recordable Documents and Fees List -
Effective August 24, 2021
Effective 9-20-18 we no longer require separate checks for the PA Realy Transfer tax.
We now have a Fee Calculator for our main documents for recording -
The Recorder of Deeds office records are now on line from 1954 to the present.
Online Land Record Search
Land records are available back to 1800.
Copies mailed or faxed @ $.50/page upon written request accompanied by the fees.
Data from 1954 thru 1974 (with the exception of Power of Attorneys from 1954 thru 1986) does appear as verified in Landex, please note that the Recorder of Deeds staff is reviewing data from this time period for accuracy. Please be sure to confirm with the Index Books in the Recorder of Deeds office to insure all data is correct.
The Crawford County Commissioners have adopted a Uniform Parcel Identifier System Ordinance. This ordinance becomes effective November 29, 2018. Please note changes were made from the original ordinance filed. All documents identified in the ordinance must have a UPI number before they can be recorded in the Recorder of Deeds office.
There will be a $20.00 fee for each parcel that receives a number. This fee will be paid at the time of the document recording in the Recorder of Deeds office. It may be added to the same check as the recording fee.
Uniform Parcel Identifier Ordinance