19th Jan 2017

Recent posts have looked at a number of safeguards in the context of a Special Administrator.   A Court often appoints a Special Administrator instantly, without notice, to attend to pressing issues in an estate.  To protect those interested in the … more

12th Dec 2016

Today I published my second Legal Guide on the website www.avvo.com titled “Deeds and Marriage in Oklahoma.”  This new Legal Guide discusses issues that frequently comes up in real estate transactions and closings regarding marital status: Do both spouses have to … more

5th Dec 2016

As discussed in the last couple of posts, because a Court often appoints a Special Administrator instantly, without notice to or input from those interested in the estate, the law provides several safeguards to protect the parties involved and balance … more

23rd Nov 2016

As discussed in the last post, a Court may appoint a Special Administrator instantly upon application.  One of the main reasons this is done is that there are urgent matters to take care of in the estate.  The law tries … more