The term “ancillary” means a legal proceeding that is not the primary or main proceeding, but instead a supplemental proceeding that is required to complete the primary probate proceeding in the court where the decedent resided. In other words, if you lived in Sacramento at the time of your death, then the primary probate proceeding would take place in Sacramento. Learn more about ancillary probate proceedings in this presentation.
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