Oklahoma City Estate Planning Lawyer

Oklahoma City Estate Planning Lawyer

Protect your business, your family, and your assets with sound legal advice.

Firm Overview

Aaron Budd Law is a small business and estate planning firm. Aaron Budd combines his first-hand experience in business ownership with his background in law to provide comprehensive legal representation to both individuals and small business owners. His multi-disciplined approach to complex challenges and simple legal or business issues enables him to provide innovative solutions to accomplish his client's goals.
Main Office
Aaron Budd Law, LLC
16404 Iron Ridge Road
Edmond  OK  73013
  • (405) 990-9472
Estate Planning
Aaron Budd Law, L.L.C. can assist you in preparing your estate plan. We have experience drafting wills, trusts, power of attorney, and advanced healthcare directives.
Estate planning is important regardless of your age. Younger families often retain the services of an estate planning lawyer to ensure their minor children are provided for if they should die. As people get older, they often become more interested in issues such as probate avoidance and asset protection. Regardless of your age, there are benefits to preparing your estate plan now.

Typical estate planning documents include:

- A durable power of attorney, to make decisions for you in case you become incapacitated.
- A living will, to decide whether or not you want artificial life support.
- A will or trust, which outlines how your estate will be distributed when you pass away.
Aaron Budd Law, L.L.C. has experience drafting organization documents, contracts, partnership agreements, and more. Further, our attorneys have experience in civil litigation, mediation, and arbitration.
The most successful businesses are the ones with a plan. We can help you prepare or review partnership agreements, independent contractor agreements, and operational documents. Further, we can help you limit your personal liability by helping your form a limited liability corporation (L.L.C.), a corporation, a subchapter-s corporation, or a limited partnership, including drafting and filing all necessary documents with the Oklahoma Secretary of State.

How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?

I decided to build my estate planning and business law practice because of my educational background and personal interests. Further, I enjoy these areas of law because the goal is to prevent enduring the costs of going to court.

Is your firm willing to review documents prepared by clients?

I generally do not have a problem reviewing documents prepared by clients. However, I have found that oftentimes it is just as costly to have it prepared by the attorney as to have it reviewed if the client wants it to more completely address the issues. However, unless it is a very simple document, I will not endorse or guarantee it.

What is your firm's point of view regarding clients educating themselves on legal issues?

I believe that the more knowledgeable a client is about legal issues and law, the more empowered they are about making choices that best fit their needs.

Aaron Budd

Aaron Budd graduated from the University of San Diego School of Law before returning to Oklahoma to practice near his family. He started the firm in January 2013 in order to help people deal with their estate planning, probate, and business legal issues. Aaron chose to practice these areas of law because they allow him to help people avoid high court costs and litigation. Further, Aaron enjoys helping people protect their personal assets and their hard earned businesses from unforeseen liabilities and excessive taxes.
  • Bar Number: 30506
  • Point Loma Nazarene University
    Business Administration
  • University of San Diego School of Law
    Juris Doctorate
    I graduated in the top 28% of my class with a concentration in business and corporate law on a full-tuition scholarship.

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