Category: Civil Litigation

Update on New Federal Law Affecting Small Businesses (Including LLCs and Corporations)

A new federal law became effective on January 1, 2024, and applies to all existing LLCs and corporations, as well as any LLCs and corporations created in the future. This new federal law requires all LLCs and corporations to file a “Beneficial Ownership Information Report” (“BOIR”) online at Using the link above, there is no filing fee […]

5 Ways to Prepare for Estate Planning

We are often asked what information someone needs to bring to an estate planning consultation. While it is not necessary to bring anything to the initial consultation, it will be very helpful if you have given some thought to the following 5 items:   1.Who do you want to put in charge of administering your […]

Do I need a Will?

Having a Last Will and Testament in place gives many people peace of mind and assurance that their property will be distributed to their loved ones in a specific manner.  A written Will allows you to choose who you would like to administer your estate at your death.  This administrator is called your Personal Representative, […]

How can I avoid probate in Oklahoma?

Probate is the legal process of a court overseeing the distribution of a person’s estate.  Probate allows the decedent’s property to legally transfer to their heirs, legatees, or devisees.  If, however, the decedent plans ahead while they are still alive, probate can be avoided using one or more of the following tools: 1.  Trust:  A […]