Does anyone have any recent experience with a probate attorney? We need a referral for an attorney in Grady county that can probate a California will that did not require probate in California. Oklahoma Treasurer's office is holding funds we could really use. I've been reading this forum and it sounds like it is not something we can do ourselves. The "Affidavit-of'-Heirship" doesn't sound like it will resolve ownership once and for all.
I had a referral from a prior year, but it turns out they are in Texas. And the attorney referenced (Larry Naus?) is no longer with the firm.
By the way, this is the wife speaking. I am the computer person in our house. My husband is 89 and inherited from his mother who passed in 1994. At the time of her passing, I could not find anyone interested in leasing or buying the mineral rights the last lease expired in 1988 and the lessee sent a letter declining renewal. But things have changed, haven't they.
Any help would be appreciated.