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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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  • Why You Should Contest Guardianship During Probate
    Why You Should Contest Guardianship During Probate

    When people with children younger than 18 are creating estate plans or drafting their wills, factoring in who will care for their children is a vital issue. No situation where a loved one passes away ...

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  • How Does Dying Without a Will Affect Probate?
    How Does Dying Without a Will Affect Probate?

    Intestacy refers to the condition of an estate when its owner dies without a valid will in place. There are a number of reasons why an estate can fall into intestacy, and it’s not always due to the ...

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  • What Is the Oklahoma Probate Process?
    What Is the Oklahoma Probate Process?

    Probate is the legal process of establishing the validity of a will and distributing assets to any beneficiaries. The purpose of probate is to try to prevent any fraudulent claims to an estate. The ...

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  • The Most Common Reasons for Probate Litigation
    The Most Common Reasons for Probate Litigation

    Probate is the legal process of settling someone’s affairs after they pass away. This may involve paying the deceased’s debts, proving to the court that the deceased’s will is valid, taking stock of ...

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  • Avoiding the Top Reasons for Disputed Estates
    Avoiding the Top Reasons for Disputed Estates

    Unfortunately, estate planning can be a challenge. Even when there are few assets to divide, it is possible for survivors to dispute the provisions you leave behind and turn an inheritance into a ...

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