Wills & Probate


Having a Will timely and properly drawn assures you and your loved ones that upon your death your property will be dispersed as you intended. You do not have to be wealthy or elderly to consider an estate plan. If you have minor children you can name their guardian in a will or trust. Without it, the court may appoint a guardian who may not be the person you would have chosen.

If you die without a Will Oklahoma law determines how your estate will pass.


Oklahoma law provides for the probating of estates to protect any and all parties who have an interest in an estate. To find out whether probate is necessary in your circumstance the attorneys at Hubler & Reynolds will consult with you, and guide you through the process to wind up the affairs of the deceased in an orderly manner.

We can also help you with: 

  • Advanced Health Care Directives
  • Nomination of Guardian
  • Durable Power of Attorney