Oklahoma Estate Planning Myths

My goal in this series of post is to challenge some of the myths about Oklahoma Estate Planning. Hopefully, these posts give you some ideas on things you need to do or be thinking about.

Oklahoma Estate Planning Myths: A will covers disposition of all your assets

Oklahoma Estate Planning Myths: Having a Will avoids Oklahoma probate

Oklahoma Estate Planning Myth: If I have a Trust, I do not need a Will.

Oklahoma Estate Planning Myths: If I die without a will, all my assets go to the government.

Oklahoma Estate Planning Myths: I can do my own estate plan

Oklahoma Estate Planning Myths: Estate Planning is only for the wealthy

Oklahoma Estate Planning Myths: I am too young for an estate plan

Shawn Roberts

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I write about and try to answer practical Oklahoma legal questions. I tend to focus on estate planning and business issues. I make a living as an attorney working for Resolution Legal Group in Oklahoma City. I am husband to Amy and the father of Sam and David. We live exactly in the path where the "wind comes sweeping down the plains."

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