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  • Midwest City Office

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

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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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    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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    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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    Aaron is very professional, organized, responsive and cares deeply for his clients. I highly recommend him!

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    Mr. Arnall was able to help me with my divorce, he has knowledge of working with military members and was able to help me complete my divorce in a short time before my relocation to a different state. I would recommend Mr. Arnall and if I h...
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Revocable Living Trusts, which include Family Trusts, are more commonplace then ever, and have become a favorable way to avoid probate, administer and distribute assets, and eliminate the need for a guardianship of an incapacitated person.

When your assets are properly held in a Revocable Living Trust, a probate should not be necessary. Although a Trust can be fairly simple to maintain during the lifetime of the individual who established the Trust, known as the Settlor or Grantor, upon their death or incapacity, the duties of the Successor Trustee can be voluminous and overwhelming.

A Trustee who fails to properly complete the terms of the trust can be held liable for breach of their fiduciary duty. The Successor Trustee is obligated to protect the assets of the Trust and insure that they are distributed in accordance with the terms of the trust set forth by the Grantor. The complexity of the administration is a direct result of the value, amount and type of assets, and tax planning the Trust may or may not include.

Let the experienced estate planning attorneys from The Crosthwait Law Firm advise and assist you in fulfilling your duties as Trustee or Successor Trustee.