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You may already understand the term “power of attorney,” but do you know that there are many types of power which can be legally granted to others? These varying types help deal with certain needs, such as a temporary forfeiture of power over certain decisions or an appointment which takes place as soon as a […]

Power of Attorney Advice from an Elder Law Attorney While making decisions about who will be the agent for your power of attorney is difficult both logistically and emotionally, it is extremely important from the perspective of an elder law attorney that you begin planning for these things as soon as possible. The worst thing […]

Gun trusts provide gun owners who wish to pass on their properties an easy way to do so without the hassle and interference of strict government regulations. The primary benefit to these trusts is that they allow gun owners to possess firearms that would otherwise require criminal background checks or approval from law enforcement, such […]

While it may seem too early to worry about securing your estate for the future, the truth is that it is never too early to begin planning. Proactively planning for your estate, including drafting a will or trust, means that you are covered in the unlikely event of an accident or other untimely illness. Planning […]

Charitable trusts continue to be extremely popular trust options for their diversity and their tax benefits. When you open one of these trusts, you increase your chances of lowering your yearly taxes without hurting your financial situation. Your money goes to a good cause, and you can reap some of the rewards of your own […]

If you are planning to set up a charitable trust, it helps to know the finer details before you begin. This way, you can contact an estate planning attorney with a good understanding of what the charitable trust process involves, making things that much easier. The Davidson Law Group is here to give you sound […]

We’ve all heard of trusts and wills, but what is the difference between a revocable trust and an irrevocable trust, and how will those differences affect your estate planning process? We understand that these issues sometimes seem complex and confusing, but our wills and trusts attorney is here to help sort out the mess for […]