Ancillary administration

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An´cil`la`ry ad`min`is`tra´tion

1.(Law) An administration subordinate to, and in aid of, the primary or principal administration of an estate.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The primary advantages of the RLT allow a grantor to: (1) provide for the management of assets upon his mental or physical disability and avoid conservatorship proceeding; (2) reduce costs and time delays by avoiding probate; (3) lessen the chances of a successful challenge or election against a will; (4) maintain confidentiality by not having to file a public will; and (5) avoid ancillary administration of out-of-state assets.
Determine if the estate subject to ancillary administration.