Parent lived in PA, died in PA, additional property in NY, deed needs to be changed in NY property too.
Yes, there is a procedure whereby once letters testamentary have been issued by a PA court, a court in another state can open an ancillary probate to handle that. Our office recently worked with a Wisconsin lawyer to do just that; the cost was less than $1.000. Have the lawyer who handled the PA probate see if she or he can locate a lawyer in NY to handle the ancillary matter. Best of luck.
You should probably repost your question listing your location as New York. You will then get responses from attorneys in New York who will know what needs to be done there.
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