What is The Probate Process in Okmulgee

Probate Process

The probate process occurs when someone passes away and they do so with or without a valid will. Probate and probate laws differ from State to State and in some cases even in the County the probate is filed. Probate ensures payment of the deceased’s debts and distribution of their assets according to their will, or according to state law if there is no…

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What Are Some Problems With Making A Will Online in Okmulgee

Making A Will Online may seem okay and sometimes it is but if you are not careful it could lead to some problems. Will & Testaments aren’t solely for the rich and elderly. Anyone can benefit from them. After all, wills express your exact wishes for how an executor should manage your assets. A well drafted will informs your loved ones who will get…

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Can I Avoid Probate in Okmulgee?

Filing probate in Okmulgee can be a part of distributing assets when you pass. Picture this. You’ve just passed on, and your loved ones are grieving. Now that you’re gone, your family is in desperate need of money and comfort. Later, they learn that you included a will in your estate plan. You clearly express who gets what, and you left enough funds available…

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Estate Planning and Grand Children Inheritance

Estate Planning and Grand Children Inheritance

Estate Planning and Grand Children Inheritance is a part of what our Okmulgee wills and Trust lawyers help with. For many reasons people often wish to leave grandchildren inheritance.  In some cases the grandchildren inheritance is important because the natural parent of the children is not present.  This could be due to a death in the family or to grandparents having guardianship or custody…

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How To Make a Will in Okmulgee

How to make a will

The importance of knowing How to make a will in Okmulgee is illustrated by the following story. You may have heard of the Osage Indian nation murders over their oil fortune.  It’s now in a book “Killers of the Flower Moon”.  The murder conspiracy worked because the multi-million dollar oil fortune owned by the Osage could only pass through inheritance.  Thus, people had to…

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