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Avoiding the Terri Schaivo Case – The Oklahoma Advance Directive

One of the most prominent cases of Living Wills or Advance Directives was the Terri Schaivo case in the early 2000s. It is prominent for Living Wills, in that Terri Schaivo did not have one, and her situation caused a legal battle that lasted years and costed thousands of dollars for her family. In this… Continue reading Avoiding the Terri Schaivo Case – The Oklahoma Advance Directive

Estate Planning, Family Law, Oklahoma, Wills

How to Choose a Guardian for Your Minor Child(ren)

If you have children who are minors, it is very important to 1) get a will and 2) choose a guardian to take care of them should you pass away before they are the age of majority. This can be a very, very difficult choice, especially if the father and mother do not agree on… Continue reading How to Choose a Guardian for Your Minor Child(ren)

Advance Directives, Estate Planning, Intestacy, living wills, Oklahoma, Trusts, Uncategorized, Wills

Your life is not static, so why is your estate plan?

It is important to periodically review your will and estate plan. Life changes often require that you reassess your estate plan. Children Most parents are concerned about how their children will be cared for in the event that one or both parents suffer an accident or are¬†incapacitated. It is important to name a guardian for… Continue reading Your life is not static, so why is your estate plan?

Estate Planning, Family Law, Oklahoma, probate, Trusts, Uncategorized, Wills

Living, revocable, and irrevocable. Let’s talk trusts.

Today on the Tulsa Estate Planning Blog, we're going to explain the difference between a living trust, a revocable trust, and an irrevocable trust. Specifically, what are the advantages and disadvantages¬† of the types of trusts. So let's get started. A living trust and a revocable trust are usually, if not always, the same thing.¬†… Continue reading Living, revocable, and irrevocable. Let’s talk trusts.