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NY Question: Out-of-state attorney working in a New York state surrogate court

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Can an out of state attorney work in a New York state surrogate court with a licensed New York state attorney? If so what are the restrictions?

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  1. An out-of-State attorney can appear in a New York court if they are admitted to practice law in New York or get admitted pro hoc vice for the case.

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