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Losing someone you love is difficult in and of itself. Adding to the difficulty of  losing a loved one is being placed into the position of dealing with the loved one's estate. We understand how difficult these times are for you and your family, and we make the probate process less stressful and less challenging by providing represenation and guidance throughout the entire probate process. 


Probate is the legal process of distributing assets of someone who has passed away in accordance with the individual's last will and testament or pursuant to Oklahoma’s intestate succession laws - if the person died without a will. If a loved one named you as the personal representative or executor of his or her estate, you believe you should be the administrator of a loved one's estate who died without a will,  or you want to ensure your rights as a beneficiary are protected, you need a probate lawyer. Here at the Cincotta Law Office, PLLC, a probate lawyer is available to guide you through the process. We assist our clients in ensuring that their loved one’s last will and testament is carried out fully and in accordance with the loved one's wishes. Furthermore, we can represent you should a dispute concerning a will arise during the probate process.


Losing a loved is overwhelming. The pain, sorrow, and emotions you are coping with makes it difficult to address the estate and probate matters that one must address. David A. Cincotta is an experienced, knowledgeable, and compassionate probate attorney in Oklahoma City who is ready to take on the your estate and probate matter today.

If you have been chosen as the executor by being so designated in the will of a friend or relative or appointed by the court to serve as the personal representative, the Cincotta Law Office, PLLC, can assist you. From the beginning determination of whether probate is necessary and throughout the entire probate process, we are here to help you. We are experienced in opening the estate, dealing with creditors, determining if and when taxes are required to be filed on behalf of the estate, and assisting in the distribution of assets.

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