Monthly Archives: February 2019

An Estate Attorney Explains Why an Executor Can Be Removed Wills often name an executor to manage the deceased person’s estate after their passing. Nominating an executor is an important decision because it implies many responsibilities. Sometimes, the executor’s duties are not upheld and various consequences may occur. Previously on the Davidson Law Group blog, […]

Davidson Law Group Explains What You Need to Know About Social Security Survivor’s Benefits Survivor benefits are monthly Social Security payments to family members of a wage earner who has died. They typically go to the spouse, former spouse, or children of someone who was eligible for Social Security benefits. Many married couples are often […]

The Wills and Trusts Attorneys Explain Who Can Serve as Executor If you have been named in a will as the executor of an estate in Texas, the county probate judge must decide if you are qualified to serve. Because the executor is responsible for protecting the assets, filing tax returns, paying bills, and distributing […]

Our Wills and Trusts Attorneys Explain Why You Do Not Need a Living Trust A living trust is a legal document that provides clear instructions on how one’s assets should be disbursed after death. A living trust is similar to a will but does not have to go through the probate process. In a previous […]

How Can I Leave Property to a Special Needs Trust? If you want to leave property to a loved one with a disability, you must plan carefully. Setting up a Special Needs trust will help support your loved one after you pass. But, there are many important things to know before you get started. In […]

Davidson Law Group Explains the Pros and Cons of Adult Guardianship If you have a loved one who is intellectually or physically disabled, you may need to consider legal guardianship or conservatorship. Whatever your unique circumstances may be, it’s important to understand the pros and cons of adult guardianship so you can make the best […]

Davidson Law Group Answers Common Questions About Special Needs Trusts Special needs trusts can provide peace of mind for families who have a loved one with disabilities. By setting up a Special Needs trust, you can support and protect your loved one without risking their eligibility for government benefits. If you are creating a special […]