At Dana M McDaniel in Tulsa, Oklahoma, we offer comprehensive estate planning solutions. A key part of our practice includes developing irrevocable and revocable trusts to transfer property in an estate without going through probate. In Oklahoma, the time-consuming and expensive probate process often creates great rifts between family members.
Skilled Oklahoma Revocable Trust Lawyers
Our firm's Tulsa trust lawyers are committed to helping families avoid the hassle of probate through creating invaluable trusts. As part of your estate plan, we are available to help you develop a trust that will allow you to remain in complete control of your estate during your lifetime. We will help you create an effective estate plan, outlining your wishes for your children, spouse and other loved ones.
Several different kinds of trusts are available to help families avoid the cost associated with probate litigation. We are available to help you develop a trust and avoid any estate tax through transferring the property before or at the time of your death to your loved ones. Contact our law firm today to discuss the type of trust that might be best for your situation.
Addressing the Different Kinds of Trusts Available
When you select our law firm, you will work directly with our firm's lead estate planning attorney, Grant Cheadle. For more than 30 years, Mr. Cheadle has helped clients plan ahead and allocate how their assets should be distributed in the future. Attorney Cheadle can help make your plans enforceable in the eyes of the law through creating a will or a variety of trusts, such as:
- Revocable trust: Our firm's Oklahoma revocable trust attorney has experience creating trusts that can be modified over time, as you buy and sell assets or experience other changes to your estate. When we create a revocable trust, we will also prepare a pour-over will so that your assets are automatically poured into the trust for trust administration purposes.
- Irrevocable trust: We help clients create irrevocable trusts, but we make it clear so clients understand that irrevocable trusts are not designed to be modified. These trusts are intended for individuals who are older and feel pretty set with their estate plans.
- Special needs trust: Effective estate planning strategies allow families to set aside assets for their loved ones in the most cost-effective manner possible. One way to do this is through creating special needs trusts. At Dana M McDaniel, we help clients save assets in a trust for loved ones with physical or mental disabilities.
- Pet trust: Parents are known to create trusts so their children are cared for in the future. Now, pet owners are starting to establish pet trusts so their beloved animal is provided with uninterrupted care after the pet owner passes away. As part of an estate plan, pet trusts can designate housing for the animal, medical care, food and nourishment, and even kennel care.
Every family situation is unique; we work with you to develop an effective trust based on the plans you have for your loved ones.
Contact Our Law Firm Today
Contact our law firm today to discuss your estate plans with a skilled Tulsa trust attorney. To better prepare you for your meeting with us, we recommend filling out a probate and estate administration intake form.