Probate Attorney in Creek County

Hire a Trusted Probate Lawyer in Northeast Oklahoma: Call (918) 223-3044

Have you recently lost a loved one, leaving you with the responsibility of administering their estate? If so, it may benefit you to contact Gene Thompson, Attorney at Law. Losing someone you love is intense enough—having to then go through and manage their assets can be especially overwhelming. You deserve to have a dedicated, skilled attorney at your side to navigate the complex probate process.

When you choose Attorney Thompson, you work with a lawyer who:

  • Has 15 years of experience in business management
  • Ensures his clients' legal issues are as understandable as possible
  • Has handled estate planning & probate cases in more than 40 Oklahoma counties
  • Provides his clients with responsive, one-on-one attention

If you're faced with probate, it will be in your best interests to work with an experienced Creek County probate lawyer. When you need trusted, local help, Attorney Gene Thompson is the probate and estate planning lawyer to choose. At this Oklahoma firm, you can find the personalized service you deserve, the high-quality representation that can protect you and your loved one's rights.

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Understanding the Probate Process in Oklahoma

Probate is a multifaceted legal process, one in which a deceased person's estate is administered, their property is transferred, and any of their outstanding debts are repaid.

What are the first steps in the probate process?

  • File a petition with the District Court to see if the decedent has left behind a will.
  • The courts then determine if the will is a legally valid document.
  • If the will is valid, a personal representative is chosen to oversee property distribution.

What happens if someone dies without a will? (This is also known as "dying intestate".) The Oklahoma's laws of intestate succession will decide how the property will be divided.

Once a will has been admitted to probate, there will be three months for anyone to file a petition with the courts. Probate might only last those three months, but in other situations, the process could take up to a year and half, even more. Arguments can extend the process significantly.

Whether you face a standard or disputed probate, you can face it with confidence working with Creek County probate attorney Gene Thompson. Call his local firm for trusted advice today! 

Attorney Thompson: Small-Firm Care, Large-Firm Results

While he is a solo practitioner, Attorney Thompson also works for a large firm. This provides him with a huge network and significant legal resources.

His clients gain the advantage of receiving both the individualized attention of a solo lawyer, and the efficiency and results of a large firm. At this probate law office, you can find the exceptional legal support you deserve.

Backed by his extensive experience in business management, Attorney Thompson works with the utmost professionalism. He further takes care of every case with sensitivity, understand that the people who hire him are going through an emotionally trying time in their lives. He ensures that each client is provide the compassionate service and respect that they deserve.

Make your probate process as simple as possible—Call (918) 223-3044 today!

Probate can be an extremely difficult area of law. Along with the grief and sorrow you experience after losing a loved one, the last thing you want is additional headache or stress. With the right Creek County probate lawyer, however, you won't ever have to worry about the legal process head. Gene can keep you informed of all strict deadlines and other requirements, handling your case in a thorough and effective manner.

Contact the office today to reach Gene Thompson, Attorney at Law, practicing exclusively at Stinnett Law. You deserve to work with a passionate legal advocate!

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