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Tulsa, Oklahoma 74170

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  • Gale Allison answers your questions free of charge only if submitted by email here.  These questions & answers do not create a mediation relationship and may be used to educate the public without identifying you. 


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Gale Allison's Print, Broadcast & Online Writings and Interviews


Considered an authority in her subject matter, Gale Allison accepts invitations to speak on her areas of knowledge to professional continuing education (for attorneys, CPAs, financial planners), business groups, and the general public.  She also comments through her blogs, on social media, in magazines and professional journal articles, podcasts and other forms of media. She is often asked to write, co-author or take part in interviews for lay people and professionals.

Check these links for some of her recent works on estate matters, or just to enjoy her perspective.

Then, call or email with your questions or topic suggestions or to schedule an appointment.





  • Gale Allison & Andrew King, New Law on Vehicle Transfers at Death; Tulsa Lawyer, February 2017, print and digital

  • Judge Jesse S. Harris, Gale Allison, Derek Weinbrenner, How the Rickety Days of the Oklahoma Probate Code Look Bleeker, But Better, Oklahoma Bar Journal, October 2012; 

  • Allison, Gale, & Burke, W., et al., Estate and Gift Tax Committee of the Real Property Trust and Estate Law Section of the American Bar Association, background paper on the transfer tax provisions of the Tax Relief, Unemployment Reauthorization, and Job Creation Act of 2010, American Bar Association, 2011