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Simplifying the ancillary administration process

When an out-of-state resident who owns real estate in Arizona dies, it is often necessary to open an ancillary probate case to appoint an executor who can transfer the property to an heir or sell it according to Arizona law. In addition to real estate, other property registered in a different state is also subject to ancillary probate.

Helene S. Fenlon, PLC has handled a variety of ancillary probate administration cases throughout Arizona. With more than 20 years of experience in a variety of matters, the firm can work with you or your attorney to complete this process.

Factors that impact an ancillary proceeding in Arizona

Attorney Helene S. Fenlon has counseled out-of-state executors to determine whether the deceased had a will and whether the estate is being probated in his or her home state. Also, if the deceased dies intestate — that is, without a will — the secondary probate will depend on the laws in the state where the property is located.

Contact an ancillary administration attorney in Scottsdale today

To schedule an appointment with Helene S. Fenlon, PLC, call her today at 480.584.3223 or contact her online.