Tag Archives: beneficiaries

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 requirements for serving as a […]

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 estate attorneys at Davidson Law Group to learn all […]

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 assets equally between beneficiaries, such as children […]

Sometimes when someone leaves an estate, it can be a lot to deal with. If they’ve accumulated a lot of assets, it’s easy to get overwhelmed with trying to take care of everything. Although an estate cleanout can be a huge undertaking, sometimes it’s necessary. Today in the Davidson Law Group blog, our estate attorney […]

Estate Lawyer: Underage Beneficiaries When you create a will with an estate lawyer, one of the most important steps is choosing your beneficiaries. These are the people you have selected to receive your estate’s assets. It is extremely common for people to leave a gift or even the majority of their estate to their children. […]

When Should I Start Estate Planning? One of the questions we most often receive is “When should I begin my estate planning?” The reality is, it is never too early to begin planning for worst-case scenarios. Someone entering their early twenties should absolutely get in touch with an estate planning attorney to ensure their loved […]

If you have a large estate, you will or have already likely made a will and a trust. However, if you do not have a sizeable estate, it is still recommended that everybody have a last will and testament. While not as complicated as having a will and trust, writing a last will and testament […]