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What is ancillary probate?

Ancillary probate is a type of probate wherein someone has died in another state, but maybe had been a resident of Florida, in this case, and they owned property in Florida. Real property. Land. A home. A condominium. In that case, the primary probate would be in the state or place where the individual has died to deal with property in that state. Then there would have to be something called ancillary probate which is probate secondary to a primary probate, and then that property in Florida is going to have to be dealt with by Florida courts. That’s ancillary administration.

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