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1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning, Patents (Intellectual Property) and Probate for Oklahoma on

Q: grandmother died in 1902, prior to receiving patent deed, with no will. received heirs deed, can i file probate?

Richard Winblad answered on Aug 15, 2019

Generally, yes, a probate can be filed irregardless of how long somebody has been deceased. The question is whether such a probate would fix the title issue you have.

Q: decorating false fingernail to sell, can a provisional patent application be filed, for process, false fingernail use

Kevin E. Flynn answered on Jul 10, 2019

You can file a provisional patent application and say patent pending for a year but that may not be a long-term fix. In order for the patent process to be valuable to you, you need to get claims in a non-provisional application through the examination process. You will need to show that what you... Read more »

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Q: Mother died in 2008 no will daughter been paying taxes on land acreage a14 years how do I get it in my name

Richard Winblad answered on Jul 8, 2019

If the property was owned in mother's name alone, this will require a probate. Since there was no Will, it would pass according to intestacy statutes. If she was single and you are the only heir, this should qualify for a summary probate. If she was married and/or had additional heirs, then the... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Child Custody and Patents (Intellectual Property) for Oklahoma on

Q: I'm 9 I live in Oklahoma, if I don't want to go or stay at my real dad's do i have to go or canot I go home to my mom

I live with my mom

Gary Johnston Dean answered on Nov 26, 2017

You must go to your dad like the Court Order between your dad and mom says. If you don't, your mom could get in trouble. So, make the best of it, and try very hard to get along with your dad. I'm sure he loves you if he is attempting visits with you.

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Q: How can stp dad get custdy of a child wif the mom wen the real dad don't wat 2 b in the child's life but don't wat2

Jason Perkins answered on Nov 10, 2017

I think you are asking how a step father can become the child's father if the biological father is not in the picture. I would recommend that you hire an attorney and look into seeing if the biological father would be open to the step father adopting the child.

1 Answer | Asked in Copyright, Intellectual Property and Patents (Intellectual Property) for Oklahoma on

Q: Is it legal to 3D Model off a patent?

Is it legal to 3D Model off a patent, especially if it's expired?

Is it a copyright or trademark infringement if i share pics of the 3D model?

Peter D. Mlynek answered on Aug 4, 2017

If a patent is expired, then whatever is in the patent is generally considered in public domain, meaning, that anyone should be able to use it. There may be some weird exception to this, but that is the whole idea behind patents: the inventor discloses the invention to the society, and return the... Read more »

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Q: Are all United States Patents good Internationally?

Adam Studnicki answered on Aug 30, 2015

Generally speaking, patent rights generally apply to the country in which the patent is granted, but patent protection may be sought in multiple countries. A local patent lawyer can advise based on your specific circumstances.

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