25th Sep 2020

Current Controversy – Ginsburg Seat One of the biggest stories in America right now in the fall of 2020 is the empty seat on the Supreme Court. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday, September 18, 2020. This sparked … more

21st Sep 2020

This post continues the topic of the law few posts: why does the law require most forms of wills to have witnesses, but the law does not require witnesses for handwritten or holographic wills? The last post looked at the … more

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