Writing a Valid Will in Creek County

Writing a Valid Will

Writing a valid Will requires that it meets Oklahoma estate planning laws. must conform to Oklahoma’s statutory requirements. If you die without a valid will in Oklahoma, your property is distributed in compliance with Oklahoma’s intestacy laws. If you write a will and it fails to meet legal requirements it’s deemed invalid. If this happens its as if you’ve died without any will at…

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Holographic Wills in Oklahoma

Holographic Wills

Recognizing that everyone will eventually pass on is part of life.  While some people take the time and effort to make a will through an attorney, others do not.  However, there are other forms of last wills and testaments that can be valid in a court setting.  These are holographic wills.  Oklahoma is a state that gives legal validity to holographic wills.  However, certain…

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Drafting a Trust in Estate Planning

Drafting a Trust in Estate Planning

Drafting a Trust in Estate Planning is an essential part of an updated Estate Plan in Oklahoma. The largest age demographic in America today is the Baby Boomer generation.  This generation is also in the process of aging into their senior years.  As a result, many people of the Baby Boomer generation are creating an estate plan.  Creating a trust is a significant part…

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Creek County Attorneys Discuss Step-Children in Inheritance

Drafting a Trust in Estate Planning

Step-Children in inheritance Planning sometimes can cause people unforeseen problems. Not everyone prepares a will before their passing.  This leaves their estate subject to the intestate laws of Oklahoma.  Intestate means that the estate will travel through probate and follow certain rules of inheritance.  However, over 200,000 children are step-children in Oklahoma.  How the law addresses step-children in inheritance is different in intestate succession…

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Oklahoma Last Will and Testament

Our Creek County attorneys can help you write your Oklahoma Last Will and Testament. An estimated 54% of Americans between the ages of 45 to 65 do not have a last will and testament in place.  Obviously this could result in a number of problems for those loved ones left behind.  For example, the media has been awash with stories about the estate of…

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