Last Will & Testament

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Perhaps the most common estate planning tool is a Last Will & Testament. While a will does not do everything people assume it does, it is still useful in many circumstances. Younger clients with few resources and limited means can benefit from a will. Under Oklahoma law, and many other states, a will requires a probate, but it is still usually better than dying "intestate" (without a plan).

At Tallgrass Estate Planning, we provide more than just a will. For us, a will plan includes:

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Last Will & Testament

 other important personal property
Durable power of attorney

Durable power of attorney for financial decisions during incapacity

Healthcare power of attorney for medical decisions
Advance directive for end-of-life decisions

Advance directive for end-of-life decisions

HIPPA waivers - medical professionals
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Memorial instructions for disposition of remains and funeral planning

Revocable Trusts

Irrevocable Trusts and Asset Protection

Special Needs Planning

Probate & Estate
Administration

Last Will & Testament

Medicaid Asset Protection Planning

Guardianship for
Incapacitated Adults

Trust Administration

Business Succession

Veterans Aid &
Attendance Planning

Testimonals

Irrevocable Trusts and Assets

Trust Administration

Business Succession

Medicaid Asset Protection Planning

Revocable Trusts

Probate & Estate Administration

Special Needs Planning

Last Will & Testament

Guardianship for Incapacitated Adults

Veterans Aid &
Attendance Planning

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