Category Archives: Estate Planning

A trust is a way to manage the inheritance you will leave for your loved ones while you’re still alive. Also called a living trust, this document entrusts the responsibility of managing your estate to a trust administrator. You can change what assets go into your trust at any time, so long as you follow […]

Adoption is a loving choice. Whether you adopt a baby from a mother unable to take care of her infant or adopt an older child from the foster care system, you’re doing a wonderful thing by providing love, stability, food, and shelter to a child. One thing to consider is how adoption can impact your […]

Medical emergencies are difficult to anticipate. An accident, a sudden health crisis, or an unexpected medical diagnosis may cause cascading problems if you don’t have a clear and comprehensive plan in place. Today’s blog from Davidson Law Group explains how you can handle estate planning for a medical emergency. Related Post: The Difference Between a […]

Many people think that estate planning happens when people are older and approaching their golden years. However, a single parent has a different situation compared to a two-parent household. Today’s blog from Davidson Law Group discusses special considerations in estate planning for single parents.  Related Post: Estate Planning Case Study: A Recently Retired Client Who […]

Estate planning with wills and trusts is supposed to make inheritance easy and straightforward. However, there may be cases where undue influence becomes apparent and complicates the entire situation. In today’s blog from Davidson Law Group, we help define and identify undue influence in estate planning with a will and trust. Related Post: What Happens […]

It’s never pleasant to think about, but what will happen if a sudden accident or illness leaves you unable to make important medical decisions regarding your care? Or what if you are physically unable to take care of financial matters like paying your bills or managing your investments? Estate planning from Davidson Law Group can […]

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 […]

Sometimes families don’t talk about estate planning with each other. Some parents may not even tell their kids about a will. Others may inform their children but fail to discuss the specifics. If the surviving family members don’t know the contents or location of the original will, where do they begin? Who gets what? Today, […]

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 […]