Monthly Archives: March 2018

Estate Planning Attorney on Leaving Offshore Assets In many of our previous blogs, we’ve mentioned how estate planning can get complicated. If you have various properties, assets, and beneficiaries to consider, it’s easy to get overwhelmed and miss something. Perhaps no other type of asset is more complicated in estate planning than offshore assets. If […]

Davidson Law Group on the Tax Nuances Involved with Estate Closings As the old adage states, the only two things guaranteed in life are death and taxes. So putting them together can certainly be a pain. When you close an estate, there are several tax stipulations that you’ll want to keep in mind. Today in […]

1031 Exchanges and Vacation Homes Many people come to Davidson Law Group asking whether they can do a 1031 exchange with their vacation home. As a reminder, a 1031 exchange is when one investment property is exchanged for another without tax consequences. Vacation homes are a contentious issue in this realm, so today in the […]

An Estate Attorney Explains Leaving Cryptocurrency in a Will Cryptocurrency is becoming a huge talking point in the financial community. Although it’s still seen as a risky investment, there’s money to be made in it. Some people have made millions of dollars off their investments in Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other altcoins. Although these cryptocurrencies can […]