At The Podium
Estate Planning and Probate in Oklahoma
Speaking at the 42nd Annual Advanced Estate Planning and Probate Seminar sponsored by the State Bar of Texas and the Real Estate, Probate and Trust Law Section of the Texas Bar, tax attorney Alan Holloway discusses what Texas lawyers should know about estate planning and probate across state lines in Oklahoma. The presentation includes a discussion of typical planning for Oklahoma residents, differences in the law of both states, and planning for Texas residents owning Oklahoma property.
With more than 9,200 members, the Real Estate, Probate and Trust Law Section is the largest section of the State Bar of Texas. The Advanced Estate Planning and Probate seminar is a four-day event attended by attorneys throughout the state of Texas and is rotated annually between Dallas, Houston and San Antonio. The seminar provides in-depth coverage of issues in estate planning and probate, including tax planning, charitable gifts, fiduciary issues and trust administration.
Alan is a member of the Tax and Family Wealth Group of McAfee & Taft, and his practice primarily involves tax and estate planning, trust administration and the representation of taxpayers in federal and state tax appeals and litigation matters. He is former chair of the Tax Section of the Oklahoma Bar Association and currently serves as the section’s Member-at-Large for the Western District of Oklahoma.