When Should You Start to Consider Estate Planning? It’s never too early to start thinking about estate planning. However, some monumental life events can help people acknowledge the importance of planning for the future. The Davidson Law Group understands that everyone’s circumstances are different, and we’re here to provide clarity and assistance. In today’s blog, […]

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 […]

What is the Difference Between First-and Third-Party Special Needs Trusts? A Wills and Trusts Attorney Explains If you have a loved one with special needs, you probably know that special needs trusts are used to financially support them without risking their ability to qualify for government benefits. But you may not be familiar with the […]

Davidson Law Group Explains What You Should Know About Texas Wills A will informs the probate court how you want your estate to be handled after you pass. To make a valid will in Texas, you must have legal capacity, testamentary capacity, and testamentary intent. Additionally, certain formalities must be followed. What exactly does that […]