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.


Oklahoma Probate: Summary Administration in Oklahoma

Fortunately, the Oklahoma legislature has passed a summary administration law with the goal of reducing the time and expense of a regular probate estate.  This summary proceeding can be used for distributing real property and oil and gas interests. In order to qualify for summary administration, the decedent’s probate estate must meet one of the…Read More

How to protect your child after they turn 18

Congratulations, your child is now an adult!  It’s an exciting time in their lives. Many parents of an 18-year-old are unsure if they have prepared their child adequately for life as an adult. Also important is creating estate planning documents, because turning eighteen changes how the rest of the world, and how the law, now…Read More

Are trusts valid from state to state?

Revocable living trusts help shelter estate assets from probate. They help to shield private finances from public scrutiny and provide additional control over the disposition of assets after their owner’s death. Trusts can also save money and minimize the time it takes to settle an estate.  If you have a revocable trust as a part of your estate plan…Read More

Should You Change Your Estate Plan Because of the SECURE Act?

Here is another reason why estate planning is never a one-and-done project. Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act — which took effect on Jan. 1, 2020 — created a mixed bag of benefits and new requirements for Americans saving for retirement. Starting in 2022, a new law, part of the SECURE Act,…Read More