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    • Senior citizens handbook

    • This Handbook is a project of the Oklahoma Bar Association Young Lawyers Division (OBA/YLD). Its purpose is to be an easy-to-read guide for senior citizens to use in their daily activities.; This Handbook is intended to be only an introduction to...
    • 2011
    • Do you need a will or trust?

    • Q: Should I have a will or a trust? A: Here are some facts to help you decide: A person does not have to be wealthy or elderly to do some serious thinking regarding an estate plan. If you own a home or a car or have a checking or savings account,...
    • 2012-12-12
    • The Oklahoma bar journal, 05/18/2013, v.84 no.14

    • Oklahoma Probate Code Looking 'Bleeker,' But Better by Jesse S. Harris, Gale Allison and Derek Weinbrenner; An Olio of Basic Probate and Trust Practice by Gerald E. Kelley and Michael W. Thom; When Wills and Trusts Are Challenged by Amy Piedmont...
    • 2013-05-18
    • The Oklahoma bar journal, 03/15/2014, v.85 no.8

    • Concurrent ‘Alter-Ego’ Claims: Oklahoma Leads the Nation in Extending Protection to Shareholders, Officers and Directors By John D. Stiner; But It’s Mine: The Signer Versus Joint Owner Problem with Bank Accounts By Brandee Hancock; The Court of...
    • 2014-03-15
    • When do you need joint tenancy?

    • JOINT TENANCY: THE PROS & CONS Q: What is joint tenancy? A: It is a particular type of property ownership by which two or more persons may own real estate or personal property together. It differs from other types of co-own­ership in several...
    • 2012-12-14

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