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Recent Blog Posts

Road Traffic Accidents: Do’s And Don’ts

Road traffic accidents occur all-too frequently. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that in 2009, more than 2.3 million adult passengers and drivers received emergency treatment due to injuries received in a motor vehicle crash. If you are injured in an auto accident, by taking the following simple measures, you can help… Read More »

Dog Bites: When Man’s Best Friend Is Not So Friendly

Dog attacks are more common than many of us realize. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that around four and a half million people are bitten yearly, and almost one fifth of dog bite victims require medical attention. Children are more likely to require medical attention than adults, and the rate of… Read More »

Advanced Directives For Healthcare

The decision as to whether to end a relative’s life support is perhaps one of the hardest decisions a person can ever make. It was recently reported that the family of 12-year-old Zachary Reyna, who was suffering from an infection from a brain-eating amoeba, made the heart-rending decision to take him off life support and… Read More »

Challenging A Prenuptial Agreement

Reuters reports that the divorce settlement between billionaire Harold Hamm and his wife Sue Ann, a former attorney, may be the biggest in history — it appears that the Oklahoma couple did not sign a prenuptial agreement before they married 25 years ago. Once considered the preserve of the wealthy, prenuptial agreements are now frequently… Read More »

Oklahoma’s Supreme Court Rules Retroactive Sex Offender Registration Illegal

By a majority decision, the Supreme Court of Oklahoma has ruled that Oklahoma’s Department of Corrections (DOC) improperly applied an amendment to Oklahoma’s Sex Offenders Registration Act (SORA) when it retroactively increased the time an individual must remain listed on the state’s sex offender registry. As a result, the DOC will be removing many names… Read More »

Adoption Choices for Prospective Parents in Oklahoma

Adopting a child is one of the most blessed times in a person’s life. Some people choose to adopt because they are unable to carry a pregnancy, while others adopt their spouse’s child. No matter the reason, prospective parents should explore their adoption options before proceeding. Oklahoma law permits married couples over the age of… Read More »

The Difference Between a Living Will and a Last Will and Testament

Planning for your and your loved ones’ future is not always easy. Thankfully, with proper preparation, the law protects your assets and best interests. Writing a living will and a last will and testament makes the tough decisions for your family when you are unable. A living will is dedicated solely to future healthcare decisions…. Read More »

How to Form a Limited Liability Company (LLC)

Both thrilling and terrifying, starting a new business is a huge endeavor. A Limited Liability Company (LLC) is a popular business structure, which combines aspects of a corporation and a partnership. LLCs can be composed of multiple members or a sole proprietor. LLCs are advantageous business entities, because owners are protected from some or all… Read More »