Chantelle Hickman-LaddAlleman Law Firm, PLLC
- Elder Law, Estate Planning, Probate
Chantelle grew up in Northwest Oklahoma before attending the University of Central Oklahoma where she received a B.B.A. She then went on to graduate summa cum laude from the Oklahoma City University School of Law. While attending law school, Chantelle was the Articles Editor for the OCU Law Review and a member of the Phi Delta Phi legal honor fraternity. In addition, she received CALI Excellence awards in her Criminal Law, Family Law, and Estate Planning classes, the Outstanding Family Law Student award from the OBA Family Law section, and won the Judge Alfred P. Murrah Sr. Award for outstanding academic performance.
Chantelle is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the Oklahoma City Estate Planning Council, and serves as the At-Large Director for the Oklahoma Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA). When she sneaks away from work, Chantelle loves to escape to the beach. Recently, Chantelle undertook the endeavor of trying to breathe underwater, AKA scuba diving. When she can’t find a sandy beach, Chantelle loves to spend time at home tucked away with her husband and fur baby, Zeus.
- Elder Law
- Estate Planning
- Health Care Directives, Trusts, Wills
- Probate Administration
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- Oklahoma Bar Association
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- Alleman Law Firm, PLLC
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- Attorney at Law
- Donna Jackson and Associates
- Oklahoma City University School of Law
- University of Central Oklahoma
- National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA)
- Oklahoma Bar Association  # 33907
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- Oklahoma City University Law Review
- Special Needs Planning: Some Things to Consider
- American Bar Association
- Changes to the Oklahoma General Corporation Act
- Oklahoma Bar Journal
- Elder Law Ladies - Medium
- Give me the Money, Honey
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January 27, 2021
- New Beginnings
January 11, 2021
- Q. If you and your spouse plan on leaving your entire estate to your church, must you leave anything for family?
- A: In the state of Oklahoma, your spouse is the only person who can make a claim if you don't leave them an inheritance. However, it is necessary that you specifically reference and/or disinherit your children if you don't want to leave them anything. It's best to work with an estate planning attorney to ensure your estate plan accomplishes your goals.
- Q. What are the requirements for a simplified probate procedure in Oklahoma and how does it it work?
- A: If the house is in Oklahoma and your grandfather passed away in another state or his Oklahoma assets were below $200,000, you should qualify to do a summary administration (a shortened probate process). So long as no one contests you starting the probate process and being named as Personal Representative, you should be able to get appointed. However, there are some things you should consider when deciding between a summary administration and a regular probate. A probate attorney should be able to help walk you through the differences in the processes and the pros and cons of each. It would be worthwhile to at least consult with an attorney for some guidance!
- Q. My dad lives in Arlington Texas. He and my mom are joint owners of my home in Oklahoma. My mother passed away 2019.
- A: I’m sorry for the loss of your mother. If the ownership of your home is as joint tenants, not as tenants in common, with rights of survivorship, your dad needs to file an Affidavit of Surviving Joint Tenant to get your mom’s name off of the title. He can then file a quit claim deed to transfer title to you and him as joint tenants, not as tenants in common, with rights of survivorship, or to you.
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