Estate planning isn’t mostly about you, it is about planning for and protecting your family, the people you love.
Planning means your family can count on specific things happening at specific times. People that you expect to be cared for are cared for, by the people you expect to do the caring. No surprises.
Because it is important, I spend a lot of time on this blog talking about Oklahoma Estate Planning and trying to explain it in ways that are easy for everyone to understand. One way I did this was through my podcast series “Estate Planning Demystified“.
Another way is through a series of posts that were recently published entitled “Oklahoma Estate Planning Tools.” The point of this series was to take each tool (usually a document) and explain it in simple terms, with a bit of detail. If you are interested in knowing more, please check out the posts which are all listed below. If you like what you see, I would appreciate you sharing this material with people you know through Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin etc. . . Thank you.
Oklahoma Estate Planning tools: The Living Trust
Oklahoma Estate Planning tools: the Last Will and Testament
Oklahoma Estate Planning tools: The Durable Power of Attorney
Oklahoma Estate Planning tools: The Living Will
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