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Blog Posts in 2020

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  • What Are Common Reasons for Contesting a Will?
    What Are Common Reasons for Contesting a Will?

    Under most circumstances, it’s difficult to challenge a will. Typically, only people who are named in them or are legal heirs – such as children and spouses – can bring a will contest forward and ...

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  • What's Involved with Stepparent Adoption in Oklahoma?
    What's Involved with Stepparent Adoption in Oklahoma?

    Adoption is an incredible act of selflessness and an expression of love. It also helps to unite families and give a child a peaceful, loving home where they feel safe. For families where one spouse is ...

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  • What Makes Guardianship & Adoption Different?
    What Makes Guardianship & Adoption Different?

    Guardianship and adoption both involve someone other than a child’s birth parents fulfilling the role of a parent in the child’s life. More importantly, both of these arrangements are intended to ...

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  • Do Adoptees Have a Legal Right to Inherit Their Adoptive Parent’s Estate?
    Do Adoptees Have a Legal Right to Inherit Their Adoptive Parent’s Estate?

    Adoptive parents can form bonds with their adopted children in ways that are indistinguishable than if the children were biologically their own, but does the law see it that way? This can quickly ...

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  • Open Adoption Doesn't Mean Co-Parenting with Birth Parents
    Open Adoption Doesn't Mean Co-Parenting with Birth Parents

    If you are considering adoption, you more than likely being introduced to various methods and arrangements for how this process can be carried out. One such arrangement is an open adoption, which ...

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  • Is There a Way to Get a Baby Back after Adoption?
    Is There a Way to Get a Baby Back after Adoption?

    There can be a lot of uncertainty and anxiety brewing when an expectant mother is arranging for her baby to be adopted upon its birth. Much of this can boil down to the point at which the mother can ...

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