Oklahoma Last Will and Testament Form

The Oklahoma last will and testament is a legal document that will allow anyone (of legal age) to complete in preparation for the distribution of their estate in the event of the death (expected or unexpected). The Testator will have the ability not only to outline their wishes of distribution but may also name a trusted executor and their beneficiary information, to include bequeathed property. The form must be completed while the Testator is of sound mind. The form may be changed or revoked should the Testator wish to do so.

Laws – 84 §41, et seq.

How to Write

Step 1 – Download the document and enter the name of the Testator in the first line provided:

  • Proceed by entering the Testator’s name
  • City
  • County
  • Read “Expenses and Taxes”

Step 2 – Executor’s Information – The Testator may establish an executor by submitting the following information:

  • Executor’s name
  • Address
  • County
  • State

Should the initial executor become unable or unwilling to serve, submit the following information:

  • Alternate agent’s name
  • Address
  • County
  • State

Step 3 – Disposition Property –Enter all beneficiary information:

  • Beneficiary’s name
  • Address
  • Relationship
  • Submit the last four (4) digits of the beneficiary’s Social Security Number (SSN) – This is a requirement
  • The Testator must read over the next paragraphs
  • If additional instructions are applicable, the Testator may add a separate sheet and attach it to this document

Step 4 – Titled Sections:

  • Omissions
  • Bond
  • Discretionary Powers of Personal Representative (subsections A through K)
  • Contesting Beneficiary
  • Guardian Ad Litem Not Required
  • Gender
  • Assignment
  • Governing Law

Step 5 – Binding Agreement – Read and agree to the first paragraph and enter:

  • The Testator’s name
  • Submit the date that the document is executed (dd/mm/yyyy)
  • Testator’s name
  • Testator’s Printed name
  • Date of signature in dd/m/yy format
  • Testator’s name

Step 6 – Witness Signatures and Notary Public – Signatures to be applied in the presence of a notary public

Witnesses –

  • Witnesses must enter their signatures (respectively)
  • Current addresses

Testamentary Affidavit –

  • The notary shall acknowledge the contents of this form
  • The notary will provide the names of all signatories
  • Testator will enter their signature
  • Witnesses must submit signatures