2nd Oct 2015
In my last post I gave three concrete examples of property ownership in multiple states that I commonly see. I gave quite a bit of detail in those examples. Those three examples could be further generalized or simplified as:
1. Those dying in another state, with property in that home state, but still owning part of a family farm, ranch, or home in Oklahoma.
2. Those dying in Oklahoma, with Oklahoma property, but also owning a cabin or second home in another state.
3. Those dying in another state, with property in that home state, but still owning oil and gas or other mineral interests in Oklahoma.
In these cases, an ancillary probate may be necessary. Anyone wanting to read more expanded illustrations of the examples listed above can look back at my last post. Or anyone with questions about these types of matters can call my office for a no-cost initial consultation.
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This blog contains general information and the opinions of the author – not legal advice; you should seek the advice of competent counsel (attorney/lawyer) when considering any legal issues.