One of the most basic rights an Oklahoman has is the right to guarantee that his or her chosen heirs can inherit from the proceeds left at the end of a life of hard work. The right to privately and personally choose, and to legally name, their most important loved one(s) is one that is often overlooked by many LGBT Oklahomans.
Since Oklahoma does not respect marriage equality, the failure to legally name an inheritor can leave one's grieving partner completely cut out of the inheritance that they might otherwise receive.
The good news is that there are options under the law to protect your rights. As an attorney I can help you to create an estate plan that will ensure your wishes are carried out.
For more information, please browse this website or call me for a free initial consultation at 405-494-0562.
You can also download a printable PDF brochure about LGBT estate planning by clicking here.
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