Oklahoma City Estate Planning Attorney
We truly care about getting clients the results they deserve
As an Oklahoma City Estate Planning Attorney, I know that each individual and family is unique. That is why we take time at the beginning of each relationship to sit down and visit with you regarding your goals and dreams. And, to carefully listen to your worries and fears. We are proud to provide each client personal representation and individual attention.
Since serving as Governor Henry's General Counsel, Stephen Cortes continues to help businesses across Oklahoma with their day to day legal needs.
“While I am living I want to control my stuff. If I become disabled I want to take care of myself and my loved ones. I want to give what I want, to whom I want, when I want.”
Revocable Living Trusts, Wills, Powers of Attorney, Living Wills, Healthcare Power of Attorney, Adult Guardianship, Probate and Trust Administration, Charitable Trusts, Special Needs Trusts, Life Insurance Trusts, Family Limited Partnerships, Limited Liability Companies, Family Law, Civil Litigation, and DUI.
OUR RECENT Videos
- Hi guys, today we're gonna discuss the myth that a revocable living trust protects all of your assets from creditors and from lawsuits. Recently, someone came into my office to discuss their estate plan. They had just been to an estate planning seminar in which the speaker had told them that all of their assets would be protected from creditors and from lawsuits if they got a [...]
Will vs No Will
- Hi guys today we're gonna discuss the difference between having a will and not having a will. So what's the difference between having a will and not having a will? And this question is really a lot more complicated than just a yes or no answer, because if you don't have an estate plan then nobody knows what to do during your lifetime if you were to become incapacitated and no [...]
How to Transfer Property into Trust
How to transfer property into Trust.- Hey guys, today's video is how to transfer property into your trust. I cannot over state how important it is to have a fully funded revocable living trust. A fully funded trust means that you have transferred all of your assets into your trust. An unfunded or partially funded revocable living trust means that those assets that you do n [...]
Protect Estate from Your Son-In-Law and Daughter-In-Law
You might be surprised to hear that probably one of the top five questions we get when people come into our office is how do I keep my son in law and my daughter in law out of my estate? It's not necessarily because my clients do not like their son in law or their daughter in law, which is entirely possible, it could be just that they're afraid that once they get a lump sum of [...]