Experienced, Knowledgeable Oklahoma Probate And Estate Planning Lawyers
Nobody wants to face death. We get that. We can help.
At Allison Firm, PLLC, we are a boutique Oklahoma law practice. That means our entire practice is dedicated to your estate and probate matters. You can trust our professionals to help you plan for, carry out and resolve issues with your final wishes.
To give you the service value you want we combine our years of experience with our comprehensive knowledge of estate, tax and probate law. To make your experience with us valuable we make serving you our priority.
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Providing Personalized Services
- When a death occurs, our Oklahoma probate and estate tax lawyers save you time and money by providing probate and estate administration and estate tax filings (decedent income taxes, estate/fiduciary income taxes, gift taxes, generation-skipping taxes, death taxes).
- When problems arise our attorneys deliver strong cases, winning estate and tax disputes (challenges, contests or litigation in court, or to address adverse death, gift and generation-skipping tax decisions)
- When you want to prevent problems our experienced Oklahoma probate and tax lawyers do estate planning that includes solid, secure wills, trusts, powers of attorney, prenuptial agreements, advance directives and other key documents to make your wishes clear and prevent future difficulties
Delivering Value For Our Clients
Our dedicated focus as estate and probate lawyers and our personalized service delivers high value to you, our client. Our experience means it is hard to surprise us or bring us something we can't handle. Our broad and deep knowledge means we can streamline processes and save you time and money. Our client service priorities mean we explain what's happening and return phone calls and e-mails promptly to report progress and address client concerns.
To schedule a consultation with our Tulsa estate planning attorneys, call Allison Firm, PLLC, at 918-928-9019 or email our probate law firm today.
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