A Successful Food Drive!

Thank you to our clients and community for contributing to our food drive for Infant Crisis Services. With your help, we donated 38 food packs. One food pack feeds a toddler for one week. We also donated 116 snack packs, which includes healthy snacks for toddlers. The Robertson & Williams team enjoyed assembling the food packs and delivering them to ICS this week. And as always, R&W loves to give back to the Read More

4 Considerations for Easements and Right of Ways

It is not uncommon for property owners, residential and commercial, to allow a specific person, group of people, or a company to use or enter their property for a specific purpose. The right to use or enter property of another is called an “easement.” An easement is created by an agreement between two parties or is acquired from use over time. An example of an easement is when the utility company has permission to Read More

Top Three Contract Mistakes to Avoid

At Robertson & Williams, we often find ourselves cleaning up legal messes caused by unclear or otherwise bad contracts. That’s why we encourage all business owners (and anyone else who uses a contract) to review their contracts with an attorney before signing or asking someone else to sign. Contract disputes can be costly and time-consuming. You will save time and money in the long run by reviewing contracts with Read More

Robertson & Williams Food Drive

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Force Majeure

On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared the worldwide spread of COVID-19 a pandemic. On March 13, 2020, President Trump declared the COVID-19 pandemic a National Emergency. To stop the spread of the virus, the federal and state governments have issued orders for people to stay home and for businesses to close. Many U.S. states are still under shelter-in-place orders while some are loosening their Read More

What You Need to Know About Filing an Income Tax Return for an Estate

After a loved one dies, you may be named the personal representative of their estate. If you are, it becomes your responsibility to pay the deceased person’s final taxes as well as taxes on their estate. In some cases this may include an income tax return. In today’s blog posts, we’re looking at the basics of how this process works and what you need to know to get started. Upon death, a person’s assets become Read More

Thank You

The threat of Covid-19 has brought social distancing, changes in our daily routines and uncertainty of when this will end. While we don’t know what will happen in the future, it is important to focus on what we can control. Spending more time at home, having quality time with our families and marking things off that to-do list are things that we can control and make us feel at ease. Home projects and yard work might Read More

Top Five Reasons You Need a Lawyer at Your Real Estate Closing

Whether you are buying or selling a property, you need a real estate attorney by your side for your real estate closing. An attorney who is well versed in real estate transactions can protect your interests in more ways than you can imagine. Read on to discover the top reasons you need a lawyer at your real estate closing.  1. They can review the title commitment and remove exceptions. Your attorney will Read More

Oklahoma Probate Explained

When a person dies, it may be necessary to administer their estate in order that their assets may be properly distributed to their beneficiaries. This process is called Probate, if the deceased died with a Last Will and Testament or is referred to as an Administration if the deceased died intestate (without a Will). During the probate/administration process, the Personal Representative of the Estate shall be Read More

A Crash Course to Starting Your Business

If you’ve decided to start your own business, first of all, congratulations! This is a huge step on your path to success. It takes bravery and determination to take a business idea and commit to making it happen. Great job! You’ve already done a lot of the first steps of starting a business. You’ve had the initial idea, you’ve given it some time to grow into a plan, and now you are beginning to take action to make Read More