Written by attorney Cory Hicks | May 5, 2014

Three Documents From the Home State Necessary For an Oklahoma Ancillary Probate

Oklahoma has one true ancillary statute: Okla. Stat. tit. 58 § 677. The basic definition of an ancillary probate in Oklahoma is one performed under this statute. Okla. Stat. tit. 58 § 677 requires certified copies of these three documents from the state of residence (or domiciliary probate).

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