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Posts tagged 'estate planning'

Oklahoma Probate Law Q & A Part 2

For clients whose loved one has passed away, dealing with the deceased person’s personal affairs, real estate and other property can be quite a challenge.  Even though the picture of what it means to probate an estate is painted as something to be avoided at all costs, this is not necessarily the case. In our read more…

My name is “on” my mother’s account so, won’t it avoid Probate?

  The title of this article is a common misconception that people have about avoiding probate. A person will assume that just because he has been designated as his parent’s Agent in his parent’s Power of Attorney (POA) that he will have access to his parent’s bank account after the parent dies. The person will read more…

When To Start Writing Your Will: There’s No Time Like the Present

The trouble is, you think you have time We completely understand: there’s nothing quite like mentioning your Last Will & Testament to kill whatever good vibes you might have for the day.  In a society currently focused on the immediate, it can be difficult to plan for next week—let alone the rest of your life. read more…