Every Oklahoman should consider having a will or trust, a living will (also known as an advance directive) and a power of attorney drafted by an attorney, to protect themselves and their family members. A will or trust dictates who gets their property when they pass away. A living will (advanced directive) is a legal document that specifies what actions should be taken for their health when a person is no longer able to make the decisions for themselves because of illness or incapacity and appoints an individual to make decisions on your behalf when you are incapacitated. The main reason people visit Attorney Anna L. Self, an Oklahoma City Will & Probate Attorney, is that they want to prepare for their future.
Oklahoma City Wills & Probate Attorney
Anna L. Self assist you in planning for your future so that your loved ones are unprotected. I will take the time to help you create a plan to protect the interests of the important people in your life. We handle a variety of estate planning services including:
- Simple Will
- Living Will (Advanced Directive)
- Living Trust
- Power of Attorney
- Transfer on Death deeds