Elbert T.

Member Since: March 31, 2022
Oklahoma City

Elbert T. is now available for hire

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Startup, business formation, LLC,
LLC Formation Package


5-day delivery

What's included:

  • 30 minute Strategy Session
  • EIN Number
  • Operating Agreement
  • Electronic package of Formation
Estate Planning, Will, Trust, Power of Attorney, Health, Deeds
Basic Estate Planning Package


5-day delivery

What's included:

  • 30 minute Strategy Session
  • Will
  • Financial Power of Attorney
  • Health Care Power of Attorney
  • Health Care Directive/Living Will
  • Transfer on Death Deeds

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1 Question Answered / 1 Recent Answer
June 3, 2022
A: Hello! I hope you are well! If X is contesting a defective or invalid deed, and the quitclaim deed has been recorded for at least five years, then the deed will be considered valid. Under Oklahoma law, an instrument (in your case, the quitclaim deed) that has not been acknowledged or which contains a defective acknowledgment shall be considered valid notwithstanding such omission or defect, and shall not be deemed to impair marketability, provided such instrument has been recorded for a period of not less than five (5) years. 16 O.S. §§ 27a & 39a. I would note that my response is limited based on the information that you have provided and that each individual situation may present its own unique issues. I hope this helps!