Why I am voting yes on State Question 805. By Attorney Josh Lee Acknowledgment of bias: I am a defense attorney. Representing the citizen accused of a crime from the all powerful government is my passion as well as my livelihood. I am part conservative and part libertarian. Unlike most conservatives and most liberals I […]
Lee|Coats’ resident Lawyer-Scientist, Josh Lee, was recently invited to be a guest on Fire Engineering’s Weekly Hangout to discuss CBD use in the fire service and testing for CBD v testing for marijuana. Click Here To Watch The Interview!
Attorney Josh Lee stopped by the North Pole to get Santa’s list on what “to do” and “not to do” over the holidays. And he wants to make sure you get more than just coal in your stockings! Naughty: Show up drunk at your ex-wife’s Christmas party! Nice: If you’re gonna add vodka to the […]
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 […]
Be polite. Being a jerk is not the way to be in life and it is certainly not the way to handle a traffic stop. If you are going to defend your case, you may be successful in court – arguments are rarely, if ever, won on the roadside against an officer. Shut up. You […]
The Oklahoma Bar Association has created some helpful legal guides that are available for free on their website. The OBA web page can be found here. Here is a list of the items available from the site: Advance Directive for Health Care (Living Will) • Advance Directive (Living Will) Form • What is the Advance […]
You have the right to redeem your interest in your real estate until the completion of the hearing to confirm the sheriff’s sale of your property at the end of the foreclosure case. This means you have the right to pay off your loan balance in full, together with attorney fees and costs incurred by […]
A name change can, and most often times is a very simple proceeding. With an attorney’s help, you can quickly and easily change your child’s name. First, while not necessary, you should meet with an attorney. The attorney will ask you questions about you and your child. This information is gathered so that the attorney […]