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Ancillary Probate in Alabama

Ella passed away while living in New York, but she owned several rental properties in Alabama. Jesse lived and died in Texas but docked his fishing boat in Alabama. Ella and Jesse have something in common: their estates will have to file ancillary probate in Alabama....

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Miller Estate and Elder Law

 256-472-1900
bill@millerestateandelderlaw.com

Anniston Office

818 Leighton Ave.
Anniston, AL 36207

Birmingham Office

100 Perimeter Park S Suite 100 N
Birmingham, AL

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