Download this Oklahoma Last Will and Testament form which is used by a testator (someone who conveys real and personal property to beneficiaries upon death) to set forth the instructions to the personal representative as to how and to whom his or her property will be handled upon his or her death. The personal representative, also known as an executor, is the person responsible for administering the estate after the testator dies and representing the estate in front of the probate court.
In Oklahoma, the term “will,” as used in this chapter, includes all codicils as well as wills. 84 Okl.St.Ann. § 19