Learn More About The Stillwater Estate Planning Lawyers Of Ellis & Ellis
At Ellis & Ellis, we use our expertise and experience to achieve our clients’ goals and surpass their expectations. Each of our attorneys is fully dedicated to our clients and our community. This dedication shows in generations of satisfied clients.
With nearly four decades as an attorney focused on estate law, Hal Ellis has both the legal and practical experience to create customized estate plans for generations of families. His practice also involves representing clients in probate, fiduciary litigation, as well as business planning, tax planning and nonprofit law.
Hal has earned numerous accolades over his career. Perhaps of greatest import, he has earned the distinction of fellow from the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. Moreover, he has served the State Chair of Oklahoma of this institution. Hal has also earned the AV* Preeminent designation from Martindale-Hubbell. He was also selected for inclusion in Oklahoma Super Lawyers each year from 2007 to the present day. Hal has also been named one of the Best Lawyers in America.
Fully invested in the legal community, Hal has served in numerous leadership positions with various legal organizations, including the Professional Responsibility Tribunal and the Payne County Bar Association
LeAnn Drummond Ellis is married to Hal Ellis. LeAnn began her legal career as a staff attorney for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). This background equips her to take a holistic approach to helping protect and preserve a client’s assets. Her work has earned her the distinction of fellow from the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. She has also earned AV* Preeminent designation from Martindale-Hubbell. LeAnn and Hal are active in their community. LeAnn is involved in Life Church and has served as president and gala chairperson of the Stillwater Public Education Foundation.
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