24th Aug 2011

CLICK HERE to read an article I recently published in the Oklahoma Bar Journal (Vol. 81, No. 27, Pg. 2215, October 9, 2010 – http://www.okbar.org/obj/default.htm) about changes in the law regarding the creditor claim process in Oklahoma probate procedures.  There are some technical parts, and frankly it can be difficult and frustrating to interpret the laws legislatures pass, but attorneys and all persons involved in the probate process in Oklahoma need to be aware of the changes.  This may be of interest to you if you are involved in an estate in Oklahoma – whether as a personal representative,  heir, creditor, beneficiary, or otherwise.

Comments (3)

  • sacramento attorney on April 24, 2012 at 6:11 pm

    After going through it, I found out that there are vast technical differences with the probate procedures in California compared to this one.

    • Cory Hicks – Field & Hicks, PLLC on April 25, 2012 at 10:05 pm

      Sacramento Attorney:

      Thanks for your comment. I would be interested to know your thoughts on the OK changes discussed in the article and/or to hear comments about CA v. OK procedure. You can contact me directly or post on the blog.


  • Anonymous on May 18, 2012 at 4:24 pm

    "If a creditor brings a suit on a rejected claim, whether as part of the creditor claim process or as an independent action, a court can find all or part of the claim invalid on its merits." This is the only answer that's perfect for this argument.
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