Why Lurtz Law?

Knowledge is Key

Oklahoma State laws are specific about what can and can’t be in a will, trust or medical or financial power of attorney. The laws specify who can and can’t serve as a personal representative and who can and can’t be a witness to a will or trust also what formalities must be taken when signing a will or trust. Having an experienced Estate Planning attorney on your side can not only give you peace of mind, it can ensure that your affairs are properly put in order.

Some people believe they can save significant sums of money by following forms on the internet or buying a do-it-yourself book. Be advised, that failing to secure legal assistance can result in part of your will, trust or medical or financial power of attorney being invalid.

Why take the risk? Is it worth saving a few dollars if your loved ones have to spend thousands of dollars to correct your mistakes? Allow an estate planning attorney to create the will or trust to protect your estate for the future.