If a person dies owning property in more than one state, you’re going to have to have two probates. You’ll have a probate here in Florida, and then we’ll have what’s called an ancillary probate in the other state. So let’s say the person owns a piece of property in New York. There’ll be probate here in Florida, and a second ancillary probate in the state of New York for that property. Learn more on our YouTube Channel! If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact our firm.

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