Category Archives: Estate Planning

Estate planning attorneys have developed lady bird deeds (aka enhanced life estate deeds) as an effective way to meet the needs of their clients. If you’re considering using a type of deed in your estate plan, consider asking the Davidson Law Group to draft it. Today, our attorneys explain the purpose of a lady bird […]

Mildred and her husband George retired together to a beautiful ranch in North Texas. Soon after their retirement, Mildred’s husband passed away. This was a terrible shock for Mildred and her family — an adult daughter and four grandchildren. Mildred was suddenly faced with dozens of important questions and responsibilities, from paying the mortgage (“Where […]

Whether you’re facing a time of prosperity, uncertainty, or both, estate planning is an important part of your financial and legal future. However, the process involves major life decisions that can cause some people to procrastinate about their estate planning. Today, our attorneys discuss the common excuses we hear from folks for not creating an […]

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 […]

Estate planning is the process of divvying up your estate amongst your beneficiaries. It involves deciding who should receive your assets, when to transfer the assets, and how you want the assets transferred. Estate planning also minimizes federal and state taxes that the government charges on the earnings from your estate after your death.  Many […]

If you’ve recently moved to another state or you’re considering moving, you may wonder how it will affect your estate plan. Should you discard your will and start over? What documents are still valid? States can have different laws regarding estate planning, so it’s best to consult an estate planning attorney in your new state. […]

Whether you’re giving birth or adopting a child, there are many highs and lows of becoming a new parent. As you change diapers and focus on your child’s immediate needs, it’s critical to think about estate planning, too. The process can, at times, seem overwhelming, but our attorneys are here to help. Today, the Davidson […]

Estate Planning: What to Include in a Letter of Instruction While the Last Will and Testament is the most widely known document in estate planning, there are other important elements as well. Another important aspect of estate planning is a document called a Letter of Instruction. This document will tell your loved ones important personal […]