Ancillary Administration

If the decedent was not domiciled in Florida, a domiciliary probate proceeding was filed in another state, and the decedent owned an interest in real estate in Florida at the time of his or her death, an ancillary probate proceeding must be filed in Florida in order to transfer ownership of the Florida assets to the beneficiaries. Ancillary Administration only deals with the decedent’s interest in real property that is located within the state of Florida.

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