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Ancillary Administration – Probate when there is out-of-state property involved.

Ancillary Administration – Probate when there is out-of-state property involved.

When someone who is living in North Carolina dies (the decedent), her estate must be probated in North Carolina in the county where she lived. Frequently, the decedent owned property located outside of North Carolina. For example; she may have retired to North Carolina but kept her savings account in a Pennsylvania bank or keptRead more about Ancillary Administration – Probate when there is out-of-state property involved.[…]