Monthly Archives: September 2019

Assigning a power of attorney (POA) is an important aspect of estate planning. If you are helping a loved one or making arrangements for yourself, you should know that there are many types of power of attorney, and each has its own rules. Today, Davidson Law Group discusses common powers and the difference between a […]

You’ve heard that probate is an expensive and time-consuming process, but how long does it take, exactly? Each state has its own laws on probate methods, and the time to probate an estate may vary on an individual basis. Today, our probate attorneys explain how long the probate process generally takes in Texas.  Related Post: […]

An executor, sometimes referred to as a personal representative, is responsible for implementing the terms of a deceased person’s will. But solely naming an executor doesn’t mean that they have any duty or responsibility. Executors have no legal duty to act until a judge appoints them in a probate proceeding. Once they’re appointed, the executor […]