84,yr old cousin ask my sisters help to update her will. She was speaking of approx one million dollars. I was retired so I was able to help. We were aware that couple people were under investigation before we came on scene, but also felt APS should not try to take over her life. We did instigate a new trust (out of town attorney). My sister & I filed for guardianship, but APS & judge were in favor of giving this to out state niece & nephew. There is a personal vendetta against us by APS representative & learning that we were right that APS had control of local court system this is just highlights of situation.
These cases are very difficult to win because there is an assumption by the courts that APS is doing its job correctly. It will be difficult but not impossible to find an attorney willing to represent you, but the cost may well exceed what you are willing or able to pay. The Oklahoma Bar Association has a referral program and should be able to refer you to someone who can advise you whether you can or should should proceed.
This forum is established for the purpose of answering legal questions and providing information, not soliciting employment. You haven't asked a question. Since he/she should already be familiar with the facts, I would suggest you contact the attorney you worked with in drafting the trust and get e referral.
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