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About Richard Winblad

Richard Winblad is a lifelong Oklahoma City Metro resident with a law practice focused on Elder Law and Estate Planning. His practice focus helping seniors and veterans by giving sound legal estate planning advice including Medicaid Estate Planning and Veteran’s Benefit Qualification. In 1984, Richard graduated from OSU with an undergraduate degree in Business he later sought and earned a Law Degree from the University of Oklahoma in 1992. His practice is based in Edmond and is held in a beautiful pre-statehood home close to UCO at 102 E. Thatcher. He is president of the Oklahoma City Commercial Lawyers Association, a group that provides legal an ethical training for attorneys. He is also a member of “Lawyers with Purpose”, an organization that provides in depth training and support to attorneys who practice in the area of elder law. He received an AV Preeminent® rating by his peers through Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™. Dedicated to educating the public, Richard does workshops and presentations all around the state for professionals and laypersons. These programs provide vital information to our veterans and seniors as they look forward in planning living and financial needs that fit their desires.

Education is not Discrimination, Banks should do more to Educate their Depositors about the various Scams Con-artists use various schemes to part bank customers with their money.  These include: Lottery and Sweepstakes Scams Grandpa I’m in Jail Fraud Internet purchaser scam Secret shopper Scam Some confidence games trick individuals, often the elderly, to send money.  […]

Executing a Power of Attorney can solve or create problems.  It is important to know how they work and how dangerous they can be. Most Estate Plans include a Power of Attorney.  They can be very useful to avoid a court appointed guardianship.  However, the person entrusted must be chosen carefully. A Power-of-Attorney grants a […]

  What would you do if you received an official looking that informed you that you won $8.75 million dollars?  What if the letter had a copy of a cashier’s check written to you? Don’t be fooled.  The lottery scam begins with a bold announcement.  Victims are contacted by telephone, email or mail.  (A sample […]

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