Can Wills Written in NJ Direct How Property in Other States Are Sold?
Can Wills Written in New Jersey Affect How Property in Other States Are Sold?
When a loved one dies, the division of most assets among beneficiaries can be a straightforward process, mainly when a well-prepared will is in place. However, if the deceased happened to be the sole owner of real estate in another state, liquidation of the property may become a bit more complicated.
In these instances, an additional process known as ancillary probate may be required before the property can be sold.