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Our Most Popular Estate Planning Blog Posts of 2018

Our Most Popular Estate Planning Blog Posts of 2018

The end of the year is always a great time to reflect on life and to commit yourself to improvement in the year to come. (And to create some awesome estate planning New Year’s resolutions!)

We recently wrote about the importance of using this time to review your estate plan. But estate planning is a big and often complicated topic. To help you think about estate planning and the issues you may face in the future, here are our posts from 2018 that readers found the most useful:

1. What is the Difference Between a Will and a Trust?

Wills and Trusts are two of the most common (and most well-known) estate planning documents. But what are the differences between them? What are their relative advantages and disadvantages? In our most popular post of the year, we explain the differences (and similarities) between a last will and testament and a living trust.

2. 4 Tips to Identify Undue Influence

In Oklahoma, undue influence consists of taking an unfair advantage of another's weakness of mind or body or the use of authority to procure an unfair advantage over someone. This post explains how undue influence can occur in estate planning and how you can identify and avoid it.

Website Re-launch

Website Re-launch

After a great deal of thought and effort, we at Postic & Bates decided to redesign our website and other online resources to better meet the legal needs of the 21st Century. Although our attorneys have over 70 years combined experience in the practice of law, we want to stay cutting-edge to provide you with the best legal representation possible. Our redesign focuses on three key aspects:


Our website is a great way to get our contact information or to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation appointment. But a law firm website can (and should) be so much more! Through detailed descriptions of our services, as well as topical and relevant blog posts, we hope to de-mystify the legal process. Even if you choose not to engage our services, we want you to have the best information possible so that you can make intelligent, informed decisions about your legal needs.