Kevin Miller PC 405.443.5100

Planning to provide.

Oklahoma City Estate Planning, Probate and Elder Law Attorney With Over 35 Years of Experience.

For me, estate planning is more than property and money. It is about planning, providing, and caring for you and your loved ones, both now and in the future. I am client-focused and results-oriented.

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Practice Areas

LGBTQ+ Life & Estate Planning

I provide comprehensive and strategic life and estate planning for LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) individuals and families.

Probate & Estate Administration

Death is always a difficult matter. When a loved one passes away, his or her estate may be required to proceed through a court process.

Elder Law

As an advocate for elderly individuals and their loved ones, Kevin Miller can help manage a wide range of legal matters affecting an older or disabled person.

Special Needs Planning

A Supplemental Needs Trust also known as a Special Needs Trust (SNT) can be an effective estate planning tool.

Business Law

Start Up Services I regularly advise and represent clients on issues involving the formation of an appropriate business entity.


What is a Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care?

A Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care allows you to name someone else, usually a family member, to make decisions about your medical care in case you are unable to make those decisions yourself. It gives that person instructions about the kinds of medical treatment you want and don’t want. Durable Power of Attorneys are important…Read More

Should I Create a Trust?

A basic tool in any person’s estate planning is the will, which usually addresses not only your property and assets but also dictates who will care for minor children if both parents pass away. Wills aren’t really the best and final option for every estate, especially given that probate must occur before any assets are…Read More

What To Do When a Loved One Dies

We have all lost a friend or family member…someone that we love. From time to time we may find ourselves in charge of closing out a person’s estate after they die. Such a task can be stressful and overwhelming, but if you were designated to take charge by the person that passed, then it’s a…Read More

Ancillary Probate of Oil and Gas Interests 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 decedent dies leaving oil and gas…Read More

How To Disinherit Someone From Your Will

Families who do not get along are common. Bad family dynamics should be considered when it comes time to do your estate planning, including your will or trust. Fractured relationships may cause you to disinherit that person, as unpleasant as it may be. Additionally, divorce, blended families, or addiction tend to change family relationships faster…Read More