Linda Pizzini | Estate Planning
Pizzini Law Firm
508 W Vandament Ave
Yukon, OK 73099
Linda Pizzini | Pizzini Law Firm
Ms. Pizzini is the principal of the Pizzini Law Firm, operating her own practice since 2009. Linda began her legal career with the Tucker Law Firm in Edmond, OK. In 2008, she was appointed Administrator of Investigations with the Oklahoma Department of Human Services. While working for OKDHS she was the head of investigations for the State of Oklahoma in the Office of Client Advocacy. This division of DHS would investigate claims of Abuse and Neglect of Juveniles in state custody, above the foster care level as well as allegations of neglect, abuse or exploitation of Vulnerable Adults. OCA investigates caretaker maltreatment of Hissom Class Members as well as of residents of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services Southern Oklahoma Resource Center (SORC), Northern Oklahoma Resource Center of Enid (NORCE) and the Robert M. Greer Center.
She is a 2007 graduate of the University of Oklahoma College of Law. Prior to law school, Linda graduated Cum Laude from South Western Oklahoma State University, majoring in Political Science, Criminal Justice and History.
Ms. Pizzini’s practice is focused on family law, particularly adoptions, divorce, guardianships, custody, child support, and modifications. Linda has also been certified as a Mediator for the Early Settlement Mediation program through the State Court network.
Ms. Pizzini also provides estate planning assistance, specifically the creation of wills and trusts, Durable Power of Attorney, Advanced Healthcare Directive, and Living Wills.
Ms. Pizzini has received additional training to serve as a court appointed Guardian ad Litem (GAL). America’s court system is the best in the world, but it can be intimidating and frightening for thousands of innocent children caught in the midst of legal battles over their future. The Attorneys that are representing children in court proceedings will face different, and often more difficult, challenges than attorneys representing adults. As a GAL, Linda assists the court by making recommendations as to the best interest of children. This is often done by meeting with the parents, grandparents, teachers, doctors and most importantly the children.