Category Archives: Estate Attorney

If you have a child that you do not talk to, you may want to make sure that the child does not inherit part of your estate. It can be a tough decision, but the process is relatively simple, especially when you hire an estate planning attorney. In today’s blog, the Davidson Law Group discusses […]

Frequently Asked Questions About Executors In Texas, you can use your will to appoint an executor to complete your will’s instructions after you pass. If you don’t choose an executor, the probate court will elect someone to settle your estate. In previous blog posts, we discussed the responsibilities of an executor and we identified the […]

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, […]

Debts and Wills: Things You Should Know What happens when a family member passes away, but he or she has unpaid debt? Do relatives have to pay off the liabilities? Today, the estate planning attorneys at Davidson Law Group help to explain debt and wills. Receiving and Forgiving Debts First, it’s important to understand how […]

Our Estate Attorneys Explain the Responsibilities of a Beneficiary The beneficiary of an estate receives assets and rights as directed by the will. However, there are important responsibilities that come with the role as well. When following the last will and testament of a loved one, every detail matters. Read today’s blog from the trusted […]

Advice for Dividing Estates Equally Among Beneficiaries When a family member or friend passes away, their loved ones must begin the process of following the instructions they have left behind in their will. A carefully written will includes directions for the beneficiaries and the assets to be inherited. Often, the will is intended to divide […]

An Estate Planning Attorney Discusses Minor Children If you have minor children, estate planning is particularly critical. Whether you’ve just brought your baby home, you’re going to soccer practice, or you’re teaching a teen to drive, it’s profoundly important you have an estate plan. Knowing your children will be taken care of according to your […]

An Estate Attorney Shares Some Things You Should Know At Davidson Law Group, we understand that estate planning is different for each person and family, and building an estate plan can require many different elements depending upon the unique needs of the client. There are, however, some things about estate planning that everyone should know. […]

An Estate Attorney Explains Leaving Digital Assets in Your Will One of the sometimes forgotten parts of estate planning is including digital assets in your will. In today’s society, more and more aspects of our lives are digital. To properly sift through your digital assets and leave them in your will, it’s best to consult […]