Oklahoma Legal Guide for Senior Citizens Now Available [for F-R-E-E]

Everyone is going to get there at some point: from the smallest baby to oldest man, people who live long enough will experience being a senior citizen.
Unbeknownst to a lot of people including some attorneys, the Oklahoma Bar Association offers a lot of helpful resources for the general public. One of those resources is the free fourth edition of the Senior Citizens Handbook, which is the OBA’s most sought-after publication. This e-book is a resource that provides senior citizens with information on topics such as financial assistance, nutrition information and services, and planning for the future. The OBA describes it as:

The Senior Citizens Handbook is an innovative guide for Oklahoma seniors that assists them with issues they may encounter as they get older,” said Bryon Will, attorney at law and contributing handbook author. “Included in the handbook are articles explaining situations common to seniors and how to deal with those situations. The handbook also includes the names and contact information for a multitude of senior services. The book distributes information to Oklahoma seniors in one simple guide which would otherwise be difficult for them to find.

The Guide has some excellent information and tips on Oklahoma estate planning and Oklahoma probate. If you are a senior or know a senior, this resource is a must-have. You can view it below, download it here or go back to the Oklahoma Bar Association’s website for more information.

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Posted by Shawn Roberts

On this blog, I write about and try to answer practical Oklahoma legal questions. My focus and most experience is in estate planning and business issues including Oklahoma non-compete law. I make a living as an attorney in the law firm I founded, Shawn J. Roberts, P.C. in Oklahoma City. I live in Edmond with my wife Amy and my two children, Sam (19) and David (11). We live precisely in the path of where the "wind comes sweeping down the plains."