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Fight over Robin Williams' Estate

In the immediate aftermath of Robin Williams' death it appeared that his estate had been well-planned and no arguments over it were expected. However, it now seems that a battle is brewing in court.   After the suicide of Robin Williams, th… Read More
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Help Wanted: Daughter to Inherit Fortune

Most people who do not have children to inherit their wealth give it to other relatives or charity. However, one woman in China has a different idea. She is advertising for someone to be her daughter. It is ordinarily assumed that wealthy people will… Read More
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What You Need “To-Do” with Your Estate Plan

Now that January has passed and you have hopefully gotten your beginning of the year business done, it is time to turn your attention to your estate plan and make sure that it is up to date. Your estate plan should not be seen as a static document. Y… Read More
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Turning Yourself into a Diamond

Everyone knows that estate plans are primarily about your assets or your minor children, if you have any. Recently, however, some companies are asking people to make unusual decisions about what will happen to their remains as part of their estate pl… Read More
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When DIY Estate Planning Goes Wrong

People have many options today for creating their own estate planning documents. Forms can be purchased quickly from websites and books. However, trying to create your own estate plan can actually be more expensive than hiring an attorney.   Hav… Read More
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Answers to Questions about Medicare and Medicaid

One adult son talks about his mother-in-law's well-being: She is elderly, lives alone, experiences symptoms of dementia, and doesn't accept help easily. She refuses to have strangers in the house. She has lost all effort to cook, but she wi… Read More
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Getting Access to Digital Data

 When a loved one passes away it is extremely difficult to get access to any digital data they may have, including what might be stored on their cell phones. This is the case even when getting access to the data might help explain how the loved… Read More
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Veteran Leaves Gifts to Long Term Care Facility Employees in Will, Employees Lose Jobs

An attorney testified Wednesday that he found no rules in the Oklahoma Veteran Department’s handbook to prevent seven workers from accepting bequests from the estate of a resident at the Norman Veterans Center. The longtime employees were fired in… Read More
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