Choosing either a will or a revocable trust as the foundation of your estate plan is often the first step in the estate planning process. Both documents allow you to create a plan for the distribution of assets upon death and name a person (or persons) who will be responsible for administering your estate and distributing your assets. There are significant differences between the two documents that should be understood and examined before making a decision.
Most attorneys in Oklahoma are aware that the Oklahoma Supreme Court is where an aggrieved party must go to appeal an adverse judgment of the district court in a civil case. Unfortunately, only a subset of attorneys seem to be aware that they may also make a claim directly to the Oklahoma Supreme Court in certain cases. However, such actions are important for all Oklahoma attorneys to understand because they can provide powerful and unique remedies for their clients.
With the continued growth of Ball Morse Lowe, PLLC, the leadership of the firm made the decision to move the Norman offices in order to serve our clients and employees. Two exciting improvements are the ease of access from I-35 and Hwy-9 and the ease of parking for clients and employees.
What's in a name? In the case of most law firms, the name tells a story about the rich history that is specific to that firm. In the case of Ball Morse Lowe, PLLC, the same holds true.
When Zach Ball and David Morse founded the Ball and Morse law firm,