16th Jun 2020

In the last post in this series on holographic wills, we discussed why the law does not require witnesses for holographic wills. The logic seems to be: examining a handwritten will can give many of the same protections that witnesses … more

28th May 2020

This blog post series on handwritten wills has explored the fact that witnesses are not required for a valid holographic will in Oklahoma. The last few posts have dug a little deeper into this issue, guided by three questions in … more

26th May 2020

Just wanted to update a few points since the last blog post on COVID-19 issues in the Guymon / Texas County area: -The Texas County Courthouse remains closed. Click here for a list of numbers where you can reach the … more

8th May 2020

This week, the Oklahoma Department of Health and Oklahoma Emergency Management declared Texas County, Oklahoma a “Hot Spot” for COVID-19. Just today, 35 new cases bring the reported total to 343. This puts Texas County fourth in the state behind … more