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The Oklahoma Administrative Office of the Courts has issued its annual notice of the interests rates applicable to judgments obtained in Oklahoma from January 1, 2017, through January 31, 2017. The postjudgment interest rate to be charged on judgments
In the 2016 State Delegate Elections, M. Joe Crosthwait, Jr. was once again elected American Bar Association State Delegate for a three-year term effective at the conclusion of the 2017 New York Annual Meeting. Mr. Crosthwait has served in the House of
Aaron M. Arnall, attorney with The Crosthwait Law Firm, has been chosen by Oklahoma Bar Association President Linda S. Thomas to remain as the Chair of the Oklahoma Bar Association Technology Committee through 2017.
Mr. Arnall was first appointed to
M. Joe Crosthwait, Jr. has been chosen to serve on the Board of Directors for Oklahoma Lawyers for Children.
Oklahoma Lawyers for Children “is a team of volunteer lawyers and citizen-volunteers protecting and supporting children in the foster care system…funded
Beginning November 1, 2014, 43 O.S. 107.2, was amended to include a requirement that any “actions for divorce based upon incompatibility filed on or after November 1, 2014, where the interest
In the 2014 Contested State Delegate Elections, M. Joe Crosthwait, Jr. was elected ABA State Delegate for a three-year term effective at the conclusion of the 2014 Boston Annual Meeting. The State Delegate chairs the twelve member Oklahoma Delegation to
If you’ve been appointed guardian over a relative or other loved one, or you think that it may happen soon, please be aware that being appointed as a guardian brings with it many responsibilities and duties. The precise
On June 28, 2013, M. Joe Crosthwait, Jr., was chosen by the Oklahoma County Bar Association as the recipient of the 2013 Bobby G. Knapp Leadership Award.
The Bobby G. Knapp Leadership Award
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The Oklahoma Senate Judiciary Committee unanimously approved Senate Bill 105,
Lawsuits challenging the validity of wills and trusts based on undue influence have become increasingly more common. In many, if not most cases, the persons alleged to be exerting the influence are family members or trusted others who