Tal has innovative ideas on how to save taxpayers' money, work with job creators in the area, support our law enforcement officers and emergency personnel, and make the Probate Office more responsive.

  • Ensure that the Probate Office is efficient for taxpayers forced to take off work to travel to the office. For many, time off work is a precious commodity and it shouldn't be wasted at the courthouse.

  • Be responsive, 24 hours a day, to law enforcement and nurses who need a judicial ruling to perform their job

  • Digitize probate filings so that they are easily accessible and save taxpayer funds.

  • Set an ethical and moral standard for the office of Probate Judge. Often times public servants are only asked not to embarrass us, or to just be mediocre. That is a low bar and no longer acceptable. We need respectable people to administer our government. Tal will rely on his faith, his family, and his friends to guide him as he administers the Probate Office.


Things fall apart. The center cannot hold; mere anarchy is loosed upon the world, the blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere the ceremony of innocence is drowned.
— William Butler Yeats