What happens if my only parent dies in one state while owning real estate in other states? How do probate courts handle home ownership in multiple states?
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What happens when if your parent dies in one state while owning real estate in other states? This happens often with “snow birds,” people who go south to enjoy warmer climates during the cold winters. Probate matters are very complex and take an experienced attorney to make sure your rights are protected. An experienced ancillary probate attorney like Dean Patrick has helped clients solve these complex issues, giving the competent legal advice and representation they need.
If a loved one has passed and they own property in a state in other than the state they reside, you will usually have to open probate in each state. Each state has separate probate laws, and an experienced attorney can make all the difference. You will need to open the primary probate before opening the ancillary probate. Dean Patrick will carefully plan and manage the entire process, giving you peace of mind and protecting your rights moving forward.
If your loved one lived in Michigan and you need to file a probate case to handle their estate, contact the experienced estate lawyers the Law Office of Dean E. Patrick, PLLC at (248) 663-2566 right away. Look to Dean Patrick when you are looking for an ancillary probate attorney in Michigan.