Surrogate Opens Satellite Office In Old Bridge

OLD BRIDGE – The Middlesex County Surrogate Court will open its 11th satellite office on Monday, Feb. 25 at the Old Bridge Senior Center Building, located at 1 Old Bridge Plaza in Old Bridge.

The satellite office will handle all probate matters such as wills, administrations and guardianship of minors that are handled at the main office in New Brunswick.

“The satellite offices enable the County to meet the needs of our residents by offering times and locations that are convenient for them,” said Middlesex County Surrogate Kevin J. Hoagland. “It’s not always easy or even possible for some people to get to our main office, so we go to them.”

The Old Bridge office will be open Monday afternoons by appointment starting Feb. 25. Call 1-732-745-3055 to make an appointment.

Hoagland said township officials requested the office be opened due to a high number of resident inquiries.

“The new office will become part of an already impressive network,” said Freeholder Blanquita B. Valenti, chair of the county’s Community Services Committee. “The support offered by each of these locations greatly benefits anyone who may have need of these vital services.”

The Old Bridge Satellite Office joins satellite offices in Woodbridge, Edison, Piscataway, East Brunswick, Monroe, North Brunswick, South Brunswick, Spotswood, Metuchen and Perth Amboy.

“One of the County’s top priorities is to offer our residents easy access to quality services,” said Freeholder Deputy Director Ronald G. Rios. “The Middlesex County Surrogate Satellite Offices exemplify that standard of accessibility and are a great example of county and local government working together to meet the needs of our residents.”

For information on any of the satellite offices, call the Surrogate Court at 732-745-3055.

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