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  • Midwest City Office

    Address

    1384 South Douglas Boulevard
    The Timbers Office Park
    Midwest City, Oklahoma 73130

    Phone

    405-733-1683

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    5.0/5.0

    I highly recommend Aaron. He is helpful, kind, and knowledgeable. He helped make the divorce process as quick and as painless as possible. Appreciated his timely responses to my phone calls and emails. I would absolutely hire him again, and...
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    5.0/5.0

    We have had the opportunity to hire Aaron for the last 6 years. Aaron has worked with us on payments in the past. Never made us feel bad for asking sooo many questions, but is always happy to answer them. Very knowledgeable and responsive.

    — Client

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    5.0/5.0

    Aaron is sharp and quick to grasp the gravity of any situation. He is very responsive to client inquiries and requests. Aaron is an extremely organized person, which serves him, his law firm, and client well. He has the highest of ethica...
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    5.0/5.0

    What impressed me about Aaron, was that nothing was "sugar coated". He was very straight forward and told me what to expect each step of the way. He kept me informed of what the options were and the risks. Your knowledge of the law was inv...
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    5.0/5.0

    While no one wishes to find themselves in a divorce proceeding, Mr. Arnall is a knowledgeable and trustworthy attorney who can guide you through the process. I was impressed of his knowledge of the federal retirement and benefits program. I...
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What happens when you die without a will?

Without a will or trust you have no say in the disposition of your own assets in the event of your death. Your assets will pass pursuant to Oklahoma intestacy laws and could even escheat (or revert) to the State.

It is important to recognize that if you die intestate, i.e., without a will, your estate will still likely go through the probate process, and a Judge will appoint a Personal Representative/Administrator to serve on your behalf in accordance with Oklahoma law, which may or may not be the individual you would choose to administer your estate. Intestacy laws generally require that upon death your assets will pass to your closest living relatives in shares according to their degree of kinship, regardless of your intended disposition.

Many individuals do not recognize the importance of establishing an estate plan or the massive implications for improperly setting up one, or simply not having one at all. Contact The Crosthwait Law Firm today so we can help you set up an estate plan to fit your individual needs.

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