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September 2017 Archives

What happens if I die without a valid will in Oklahoma?

Many Oklahoma residents know how important it is to have their estate planning documents in place. But, for those who haven't taken the time to create a will yet, it may be a good idea to understand what happens if you die without a valid will.

What type of lease will you offer your commercial tenants?

As certain areas of Oklahoma continue to grow, maybe you consider developing commercial property in an area where doing so makes sense. You will more than likely begin looking for tenants who want to take advantage of the business opportunities in the area.

Benefits of long-term care planning

No one really wants to think about what will happen to them when they get old. It's hard to picture ourselves as getting old and needing additional care, plus it's not a very upbeat topic. But, if long-term care planning is not completed, a person can lose a lot of their assets to pay for their necessary medical care.

Order of payments in the probate of an estate

When person dies in Oklahoma, many times their estate will go through probate. It is during this time that the estate is settled under court supervision. In general, once an estate has a personal representative assigned, they are able to gather the estate's assets and creditor information.

Common estate planning mistakes to try to avoid

Most Oklahoma residents know how important estate planning is to protect a person's assets and honor their wishes. Estate planning is important for almost every resident in the state. It can be important to keep in mind common estate planning mistakes in case they apply to a person's situation.

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