Tulsa Estate & Trust Administration Lawyers
Estate and Trust administration generally involves the death of a loved one, which often brings significant emotional pain. In addition to the grief and stress many families face, managing a loved one's estate brings additional difficulties and hassles you'd rather not face. If you feel overwhelmed with the prospect of probating a Will or administering an estate with no Will or a Trust, you are not alone. Our team is here to help.
If you are responsible for handling the estate of a family member, a friend or someone else, Ms. Allison and her team can help make the process as smooth and easy as possible. We have been in the estate handling business since our early careers.
Handling Estates with Wills or No Wills and Trusts of All Kinds
Managing and closing estates can get complicated for lay people and a skilled attorney is needed. Whether there's a Will, a Trust, or no instructions left when someone dies, the Gale Allison team can handle all aspects of your Trust or Estate Administration. With skill honed from decades focusing on nothing but estate matters, we know how to do this work efficiently and effectively, protecting our clients from costly errors that risk inheritances.
Our attorneys advise and represent families and individuals who have been entrusted with the duty of probating an estate or dealing with a loved one's assets, debts, and beneficiaries. Our high level of legal knowledge and experience, along with our legal support team are the keys to helping thousands of clients with all types of administrative inheritance matters, including:
- Uncontested and family conflicts related to estates
- Litigation and settlement of disputes
- Creditors and estate debts of all kinds
- Estate tax issues, filings, and challenges
- Trusts and Estates for which no Will exists
- Guardianships, asset transfers, financial transactions, and fiduciary responsibilities
Oklahoma Estate & Trust Administration Attorneys
Our attorneys explain the Trust and Estate administration processes that apply to your specific circumstances, so you know what to do and what to expect. They also help you to make a plan for what to do once the process starts and our team helps you carry it out. You won't feel lost or overwhelmed and accidentally put yourself, other heirs, or beneficiaries in a difficult liability or tax situation. Whether you are facing complicated litigation in court, you just need help in reviewing a family member's documents, or you want to discuss one of our other practice areas, call Gale Allison at 918-492-4500 for the guidance you need to close the estate properly. You can learn more in our Asked & Answered Blog.