In today’s highly mobile world, many people own property in multiple states. What’s more, many own multiple types of property in multiple states. This reality can complicate estate administration and probate proceedings. It often requires opening a secondary probate — called ancillary probate proceedings — in the state where the property is located.
As a personal representative, executor or attorney for an executor, if you are facing multistate probate issues, you will need guidance on how Oklahoma courts deal with Oklahoma property.
Benefit From Our Extensive Experience
At Teague & Wetsel, PLLC, we offer knowledgeable legal counsel rooted in more than 60 years of combined experience. Our lawyers routinely work with out-of-state heirs, executors, personal representatives and attorneys on estate matters in Oklahoma. In fact, these cases make up nearly half of all the probate cases we handle.
Our lawyers also have experience handling complex estates with property that spans multiple counties. We offer a wealth of insight gained through handling numerous probate matters in almost all of the state’s 77 counties.
A wide breadth of legal knowledge: Because we have strong backgrounds in real estate, business law, tax law and probate litigation, we can readily address questions involving these overlapping areas of law.
We understand how to navigate the complex legal issues involving Oklahoma-based assets such as:
- Residential and commercial real estate
- Oil, gas and mineral interests
- Business interests
Get Answers To Your Questions
We invite you to contact us at 405-285-9200 to arrange a private consultation and discuss your needs. Based in Edmond, near Oklahoma City, we handle these cases statewide.