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  • Top 5 Reasons You Need a Probate Litigation Attorney
    Top 5 Reasons You Need a Probate Litigation Attorney

    If you are involved in the probate of someone’s estate, you may be the executor named in their will, a legal heir, or a party named in the decedent’s will. Although probate is ideally handled without ...

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  • This One Thing May Be Your Family’s Most Important Concern during Probate
    This One Thing May Be Your Family’s Most Important Concern during Probate

    At Bundren Law Firm, we help clients who need assistance during the probate of a loved one’s estate. Ideally, this process goes smoothly and without necessary disputes – but not every case is so ...

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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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  • How Does Intestate Succession Work in Oklahoma?
    How Does Intestate Succession Work in Oklahoma?

    Although it’s advisable for adults regardless of age, wealth, or health to have at least a valid will in place, not everyone does by the time they pass away. Some may even have their wills thrown out ...

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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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  • 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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