ancillary administration

Definition of "ancillary administration"
  1. A probate court process that happens in a different state than where the dead individual lived, typically needed when the deceased owned real estate in another state
How to use "ancillary administration" in a sentence
  1. The deceased owned property in Florida, thus an ancillary administration was necessary in Florida despite their living in New York at the time of death.
  2. John's ancillary administration in Nevada was due to the condo he owned there.
  3. After her aunt's death, she had to arrange for an ancillary administration in Texas because her aunt held property there.

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