Oklahoma Estate Planning Laws
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No one lives forever, which is why it's so important to plan your estate while you're young and in good health. Estate planning laws are established at the state level, with regulations and procedures pertaining to the writing and execution of wills, the drafting of durable powers of attorney, and the use of living wills to state your medical and end-of-life preferences. Under Oklahoma's Rights of the Terminally Ill or Persistently Unconscious Act, for example, individuals may choose to forgo artificial respiration, feeding tubes, or other artificial life-saving medical practices. Click on a link below to learn more about Oklahoma estate planning laws.
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