Transfer on Death Deeds: The Beneficiary Affidavit

by Jennifer L. Fischer on February 20, 2018

Practitioners now have the benefit of The Non-Testamentary Transfer of Property Act, which provides an approved form for Transfer on Death Deeds. See 58 O.S. § 1253 (OK 2016). Once the practitioner has drafted the Transfer on Death Deed in accordance with the statutory form, and determined that the client’s present situation is one contemplated by the Act, the hurdle to overcome is the beneficiary affidavit requirement.

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It's Ribbon Cutting Time!

by Eric Patrick on February 19, 2018

Update:
Due to inclement weather in Norman, we are forced to reschedule our Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. The new ceremony date will be March 15th at 4:30 PM. We are excited to see you there!

Original Post:
To celebrate the opening of our Norman, OK headquarters, we are having a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony with an Open House Reception immediately following. On behalf of the BML team, you are invited to join us for this joyous event..

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The Top 5 Recommendations to Consider Once You Have Decided to Get Divorced

by Bow Bottomly on February 15, 2018

In my last blog post, we discussed the The Top 10 Recommendations to Consider Before Filing for Divorce When Children are Involved. This week we will cover the Top 5 recommendations to consider once the decision to get divorced has been made. While every circumstance is different, these are recommendations that can apply to
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Joint Custody Modifications

by Ball Morse Lowe on February 13, 2018

You have a Joint Custody Plan with the other parent, but things are not going well. How do you know if it is time to make a change?

What is Going on at Home?

Practically, you may be experiencing trouble agreeing on what is best for your children.

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