Our attorneys and staff do one thing: help Seniors and their families. Through our years of practice focusing on the areas of law specific to Seniors, we know how to help families make sure they have the documents and plans in place for a safe and secure future. This also allows us to help you get the care you need while preserving your hard-earned savings. We have over 60 years of experience.
Jorjana Marx is our partner everyone loves. As a founding member of our firm, she brings more than 19 years of experience counseling clients on legal matters and helping families in her community. Prior to working with Oklahoma Senior Law, she helped clients with Estate Planning in both Tulsa and Seattle, Washington. Jorjana is a native Tulsan and a citizen of the Cherokee Nation. She is well regarded and valued in the community as a kind and helpful resource on Medicaid Planning and Veterans Pension Planning. Jorjana is often asked to speak to groups who want to learn about the legal considerations of aging and how to plan for the costs of long-term care.
Todd Whatley started his career as a Physical Therapist working in nursing homes and home health for 13 years which lead to his desire to focus on Elder Law as an attorney. He graduated from the Bowen School of Law in 1998. He has been in private practice since 1999 and focused on Elder Law since 2000. He became Arkansas’ second Certified Elder Law Attorney in 2006. Todd is past President of the National Elder Law Foundation, the certifying organization for Certified Elder Law Attorneys nationally. Todd is now a licensed insurance agent in addition to attorney and works with attorneys and licensed agents nationally to provide financial services to clients.
Blaine Frizzell has been practicing law in Tulsa for more than 30 years. Meeting with estate planning and business clients, Blaine counsels clients about their available options and then helps them to implement their plans. He drafts wills, trusts, powers of attorney and business agreements including LLC operating agreements and buy-sell agreements. Blaine also has extensive experience in probate and guardianship courts in Oklahoma. Blaine is motivated to provide the best Elder Law advice and planning to help clients address the high price of long-term care.