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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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    Best divorce attorney! Everything was done in a quick timely manner, he is great at replying and answering any questions you have.

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    Aaron was great to work with! The law firm had excellent communication and professionalism. Definitely made the divorce process much easier!

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    I needed help filing my divorce and they handled all of it for me including speaking with my spouse so I didn’t have too.

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    I was looking for a lawyer who could help me with an inheritance case with multiple competing claims. I am based overseas and needed a local lawyer I could trust to look after my interests. I found that in Aaron. The case was complex, cover...
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    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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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.