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Estate Planning: Wills, Trusts, & Powers of Attorney

Every individual has a legacy, a story that extends beyond their lifetime. Recognizing this, our dedicated team at Cinocca Law stands ready to ensure your story is told your way. With years of experience in the intricacies of Oklahoma law, our estate planning attorneys provide the meticulous care and personalized attention your estate planning documents require. We navigate the legalities so you can focus on what truly matters—protecting your loved ones and the legacy you’ll leave behind.

Why Estate Planning is Essential: Peace of Mind for You and Your Family

Understanding the ‘why’ behind estate planning is as crucial as the process. It’s more than just drafting documents; it’s about crafting a narrative for your assets and wishes through Wills, Trusts, and Powers of Attorney. Estate planning is not solely for the affluent; it’s a fundamental step for anyone who wishes to secure their healthcare decisions, guardianship preferences, and asset distribution. Our estate planning guide is designed to demystify these essential processes, making them accessible and understandable. With our expertise, we provide legal services and the peace of mind that comes with a well-prepared estate plan.

Our Estate Planning Services: Tailored to Oklahoma's Laws

At Cinocca Law, our comprehensive estate planning services cover all aspects of Wills, Trusts, and Powers of Attorney. Whether you want to establish a new estate plan or update existing documents, we are equipped with the experience and knowledge to advise on the best instruments for your circumstances. We pride ourselves on offering compassionate services tailored to the laws of Oklahoma, giving you confidence in the validity and enforceability of your estate plan.

Drafting Your Estate Planning Documents: A Personalized Approach

The foundation of a robust estate plan is well-crafted documents that accurately reflect your intentions. Cinocca Law collaborates with you to understand your goals, create a will that dictates your wishes, establish trusts that secure your assets, and draft Powers of Attorney that safeguard your interests. We guide you through every step of the drafting process, ensuring that each provision of your will, trust, or power of attorney is articulated clearly and aligned with your wishes. Our personalized approach means we don’t just fill in the blanks; we craft a narrative that aligns with your life story and ensures your legacy is preserved exactly as you envision.

Protecting Your Assets with Trusts: Customized Trust Solutions in Oklahoma

Trusts are a cornerstone of strategic estate planning, offering a flexible way to manage and protect your assets. As a trust estate planning attorney well-versed in Oklahoma’s specific legal landscape, we at Cinocca Law can guide you through the various types of trusts, from revocable living trusts that offer flexibility during your lifetime to irrevocable trusts that provide long-term asset protection and tax benefits. We meticulously design each trust to reflect your unique circumstances, ensuring your estate planning wills are executed according to your desires, providing security for future generations.

Affordable Estate Planning Solutions: Quality Legal Services Within Reach

Every individual deserves access to quality estate planning without financial strain. As an affordable estate planning attorney, our goal at Cinocca Law is to provide top-tier legal services that accommodate your budget. We offer transparent pricing and flexible solutions to ensure that cost never stands in the way of safeguarding your family’s future. With Cinocca Law, affordability does not mean compromise; it means intelligent, cost-effective planning tailored to your needs.

Estate Planning as an Online Process: Modern Solutions for Your Convenience

In today’s digital age, convenience is vital. Our online estate planning services at Cinocca Law bring the expertise of our attorneys directly to you, wherever you are in Oklahoma. This digital approach simplifies the process, allowing you to complete your estate planning remotely and securely. From virtual consultations to electronic document signing, we leverage technology to streamline your planning process without sacrificing personal touch or legal rigor.

Choosing the Right Estate Planning Advisor: Experienced Expertise in Oklahoma

Selecting the best estate planning attorney near you is crucial. Our team at Cinocca Law stands out for our depth of knowledge, years of experience, and unwavering commitment to our clients. As estate planning advisors, we stay proactive with the evolving Oklahoma laws to provide you with informed and effective estate planning strategies. Trust us to navigate the complexities of estate law, ensuring your decisions are sound and your future is secure.

Book a Free Consultation: Start Your Estate Planning Journey Today

Ready to take the next step? Contact Cinocca Law to book a free, no-obligation consultation with a seasoned estate planning attorney near you. We are eager to discuss your estate planning goals and how we can help you achieve them. Let’s embark on this journey together—your legacy deserves nothing less.

Estate Planning Documents

Durable Power of Attorney (DPOA)

A DPOA allows you to chose who will make decisions for you and act on your behalf regarding your care, money, property, and other legal matters, either when you become mentally unable to make these decisions (incapacitated) or immediately when you sign the form.

This person is called your attorney-in-fact. Your attorney-in-fact can act in your place and make all decisions about your money, property, legal issues and health care, except whether or not to administer life support and artificial food and hydration (tube feeding). Your attorney-in-fact will NOT be able to act for you or your estate after you die.

If you do not have a DPOA, a family member can not make decisions and/or act on your behalf regarding your money, property and legal matters unless that person is legally listed on the account, property or claim. A power of attorney must have specific durable language to stay in effect if you become incapacitated.

Health Care Power of Attorney (HCPA)

A Health Care Power of Attorney allows you to chose who will make your health care decisions for you when you are unable to make these decisions (incapacitated) or immediately when you sign the form.

This person will only be allowed to make decisions regarding your health. This does NOT include power over money, property or other legal issues.You can direct your Health Care Proxy to withhold life support, artificial food and hydration (tube feeding) or other medical treatment (you will receive pain medication, unless you refuse it in the document). This document allows you to donate organs and direct the disposition of your remains.

Advance Directive for Health Care (“Living Will”)

An Advance Directive for Health Care includes what many refer to as a “living will” and other provisions regarding end of life issues. The law assumes that you want to be kept alive, unless there is evidence that you do not wish to be given life support or tube feeding.

An advance directive allows you to: (1) chose to refuse or discontinue life support, artificial food and hydration (tube feeding) or other medical treatment (you will receive pain medication, unless you refuse it in the directive); (2) designate someone as your health care proxy to make these decisions on your behalf; (3) donate organs. Family members can NOT make these decisions for you.

The attending physician must believe that it is YOUR wish to refuse or discontinue life sustaining treatment. A properly executed Advance Directive or other document including the “living will” language, will inform your doctor of your wishes. You can revoke the directive at any time.

Do Not Rescusitate form (DNR)

A DNR instructs health care providers NOT to perform CPR on you. YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE CPR AT ANY TIME after you sign a DNR form, even if you are otherwise healthy. If you execute a DNR because you have a terminal condition, you will NOT receive CPR when your heart stops or for other reasons either (ie. heart attack, choking, drowning, car accident, etc.). A doctor or health care proxy may execute a DNR form for you after you have become incapacitated (unable to make your own decisions). You should consult your physician and attorney prior to executing a DNR, because it MAY RESULT IN DEATH.

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$ 300
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$ 2500
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  • Power Of Attorney
  • Durable Power of Attorney
  • Healthcare Power of Attorney
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Mrs. Cinocca graduated from the University of Tulsa certified in Health Law. As a former chairman of the Oklahoma Health Law Committee, Mrs. Cinocca conferred with many nursing home administrators and the families of their patients on end-of-life decision making issues.

She has engaged in many public speaking engagements on these and related issues, many times to families of patients suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease, dementia, or otherwise in assisted living.After conducting comprehensive research on each state’s laws on surrogate decision making, her article in favor of a Family Surrogate Decision Making Statute in Oklahoma was published on December 26, 1998.

This article addresses how medical providers choose who may make decisions for an incapacitated person when no advance directive is in place. You may view the article by clicking on the link below:


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