Navigating Oklahoma's probate law process By Giannina Marin


First appeared in The Journal Record - July 1, 2010.

A probate is the legal process through which the property of a person who has passed away is administered, the decedent's debts are settled, and the title to property is transferred to the people named in the will or to those people named in the applicable statute, if there is no will.

Depending on the type of property owned and how the decedent owns the property, a probate is not always necessary to transfer ownership.

Article authored by McAfee & Taft Attorney: Giannina Marin.

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