Written by attorney Romy B Jurado

Understanding Ancillary Administration and How Our Probate Attorneys Can Help

Given the widespread appeal of its dynamic real estate market, it is not uncommon for individuals who reside in a different state or country to own a seasonal or income property in Florida.

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However, if someone with real property in Florida dies while domiciled in another state, their estate comes under a particular form of probate known as Ancillary Administration. If you are an heir to this type of probate asset, it is crucial to understand what ancillary probate entails, and to seek out professionals like Jurado & Farshchian who can help you navigate this and other forms of probate. Hire Jurado & Farshchian for Ancillary Administration Assistance If you are a personal representative or heir faced with an Ancillary Administration proceeding, hire our expert probate attorneys to help ensure the estate is handled efficiently and expeditiously. Barring a contested Will or other extraneous issues, an ancillary administration can often be handled by our attorneys without out-of-state beneficiaries or representatives having to appear in the Florida court. Contact me at 305-921-0440 or email me directly at [email protected] or visit to get started.

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