Estate Planning Will & Trust Laywers

Oklahoma Will and Trust Planning Attorneys

Whether your assets are a lot or a little, every adult should have an estate plan. Our team's extensive estates-only practice includes comprehensive estate planning that empowers our clients and their families to be prepared for whatever the future holds. We can assist you and your family to plan for financial security on your death or incapacity, protect your assets from taxes, prevent conflicts over Estates, Trusts or Probate, and legally show your care and end-of-life choices.

Oklahoma Will and Trust Planning Attorneys

Our team's goal is to ensure that you have a say in your own future. Gale Allison knows that thinking about death and disability can be uncomfortable and frightening, especially when it comes to the futures of our families.  We may be aware of our own fragility and mortality but legally unprepared for the worst or the inevitable. Good estate planning provides important clarity about and protection for our assets, our family members and our health. Our team can help you to:

  • Make sure your children and other family members have some financial security in the event of your death or incapacitation

  • Protect your assets from certain taxes with Trusts and other tools to keep your money and property where you want it — and later, transfer it to your loved ones and/or charities

  • Legally indicate your health care choices for catastrophic situations and terminal illnesses rather than leaving vital decisions (life support or medical procedures, for example) to medical staff or judges who do not know you or your family

  • Prevent difficult estate administration and probate conflicts among your loved ones after you pass away

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Estate Planning Protections for You and Your Family

With deep and broad experience in estate planning, Ms. Allison and her legal and tax team can help you protect and empower your family with strategic, personalized estate plans that include:

  • Simple or Complex Wills

  • Trusts of all kinds, including Revocable Trusts, Irrevocable Trusts, and Real Estate Trusts

  • Living Wills and Health Care Directives

  • Powers of Attorney

  • Establishing Trustees or Corporate Trustees

  • Foundations

  • Buy-Sell Agreements, Prenuptial Contracts, and other documents with specific purposes

  • Special needs planning

  • Business succession planning

  • Charitable giving

Contact Us for Answers to Your Will and Trust Questions

Our team of estate planning professionals helps you develop, update, or fine-tune an estate plan that addresses your future and present concerns. To learn more about what's at stake and what you can do about it, call 918-492-4500 to join one of our presentations at no cost to you. For simple questions about your Will, a technical inquiry about a specific kind of Trust, to prevent your heirs from encountering a difficulty you've experienced, or for information on one of our other practice areas, email below.  Of course, you can always check out our Asked & Answered Blog.


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