My mother in law passed away and the probate is almost ready to end in her home state. She owned property in an adjoining state which required ancillary probate. We are currently in the process of getting a court date for this but, the probate period in her home state will end in a couple of weeks
Yes, the ancillary probate proceeding is separate from the initial probate proceeding. However, you should check with the lawyer assisting with the ancillary probate to make sure there is no reason not to close.
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