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Category: Estate Administration

Ancillary Probate in Oklahoma

In the context of estates, when a person dies, a probate or estate proceeding is often commenced in the county in the state where the decedent resided at the time of his or her death.  This proceeding is often referred to as the “domiciliary probate.” However, when a non-resident decendent dies leaving real property or…Read More

Estate planning for solo agers

Older adults who live alone have the freedom that comes with a single life, but those who are the most content have taken the time to prepare for the future, which includes estate planning and planning for legal matters. It is imperative for these “solo agers” to communicate their wishes to their executors after they pass…Read More

How to Prepare for the Cost of Long-Term Medical Care

The decision to buy long-term care insurance vs. self-insuring is a common conundrum. If you can afford to self-insure based on your estate planning, then the choice boils down to whether you would like to retain the risk or share the risk with an insurance company. What is long-term care insurance? Long-term care insurance covers…Read More