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Aaron M. Arnall Selected to Serve on Board of Directors for Sharing Tree

Aaron M. Arnall has been chosen to serve a three-year term as a member of the Board of Directors of Sharing Tree, a local non-profit that serves families in need by providing a dignified shopping experience at no cost. Sharing Tree started as as a seasonal agency offering help at Christmas time, and has grown… Read More »

M. Joe Crosthwait, Jr. Elected ABA State Delegate

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 the ABA House of Delegates and serves on the Nominating Committee of the ABA.

Changes Coming to Oklahoma’s Nontestamentary Transfer of Property Act (Transfer on Death Deeds)

Oklahoma probate law allows a person who owns an interest real estate to transfer the interest at the time of their death, without the need for probate. This is an excellent way for a person with a relatively small or simple estate to transfer a home, some land or even mineral interests to a friend or… Read More »

M. Joe Crosthwait, Jr. Admitted to Practice in the Supreme Court of the United States

On April 20, 2010, in a ceremony in the courtroom of the United States Supreme Court, M. Joe Crosthwait, Jr., was admitted to practice before that court. You can learn more about the United States Supreme Court by visiting their site here: Supreme Court of the United States

M. Joe Crosthwait, Jr. Elected to American Law Institute

Midwest City attorney M. Joe Crosthwait, Jr., has been elected as a member of the American Law Institute, the leading independent organization in the United States producing scholarly work to clarify, modernize and, otherwise, improve the law. The organization is made up of about 4,000 lawyers, judges and law professors of the highest qualifications and… Read More »