Ancillary and Multistate Estates

Sometimes a deceased person owns real estate in more than one state. It may be necessary to open an estate where he or she resided, and also open an ancillary estate in another state. Timothy E. Kalamaros regularly represents other law firms and personal representatives from outside Indiana who need to open an ancillary estate in Indiana.

Sometimes and Indiana resident may have owned real estate in Illinois. Timothy E. Kalamaros is licensed in Illinois and maintains cordial professional ties with other lawyers and staff in Illinois who can help get the job done there too. While not licensed in Michigan, due to his location next to the Michigan border, Timothy E. Kalamaros also has experience working with Michigan lawyers on Michigan estates and particular experience handling vacation homes and cottages in Michigan, subject to all applicable ethical rules.

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