What is Ancillary Probate in California?

Ancillary Probate in California

Ancillary probate in California is required if a person lives out-of-state but owns real property in California. Ancillary probate can be filed in California in the county where the decedent’s real property is. The local California court can then appoint a Personal Representative to administer the assets in the state.

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