Wills in Oklahoma City

Serving Residents of Oklahoma County

A will, a revocable method to transfer assets that takes place on death, is an important tool for your family to help expedite the probate process in court. If you pass away without an estate plan, the state will write one for you, and the law may distribute assets in a way you might not have desired. The court will also appoint an estate representative, an administrator, who you may not have chosen to be your executor. Having a will can also be very valuable for parents as it allows them to choose their children's guardian.

If you are over 18 years of age and of sound mind, you may draft a valid will. There are certain restrictions on disposing of your property under Oklahoma law. When drafting a will, you may not completely exclude a surviving spouse. You also may not exclude a child or grandchild without indicating that the child or grandchild has been excluded. While it is possible to handwrite a will, it is not recommended, because these wills typically do not include all of the necessary information. The best way to draft a will is to consult an attorney who understands the legal technicalities of the law.

Over 26 Years of Experience

If you are in need of a will, it is in your best interests to seek the assistance of a qualified Oklahoma City estate planning lawyer who can help you create a valid will. We have 26 years of experience at Elizabeth A. Richards Attorney at Law, and we can help you draft a valid will that simplifies the administration of your estate.

In order for your loved ones to get the most from your estate, we can advise you to arrange your estate in a tax-conscious way. If you are looking to draft a will, complete a free case evaluation today or contact our firm to learn more about your estate planning options.

Elizabeth A. Richards

Attorney at Law

Elizabeth A. Richards Attorney at Law - Oklahoma City Probate Lawyer
Located at 112 West Commerce Street Oklahoma City, OK 73109. View Map
Phone: (405) 788-4662
Local Phone: (405) 319-9696.
Website:
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