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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 […]

Estate Attorney: What if My Executor Dies? The person you put in charge of managing your estate is the executor. They are in charge of gathering your assets, paying any outstanding debts, and distributing your remaining assets to any of your chosen beneficiaries. If tragedy strikes and your executor dies before being able to complete […]

Estate Attorney Advice: What to Bring to Your First Meeting There is so much to consider when planning for the future of your estate. In the beginning, it may feel a little overwhelming. Schedule a meeting with the great team of estate attorneys at Davidson Law Group, and we will help you be certain that […]

Why You Should Talk to Your Estate Attorney After Your Divorce Divorce is a messy and emotional business and can leave you open to financial loss, especially where your estate is concerned. To protect the interests of your heirs, speaking to an estate attorney after a divorce is a good idea. In fact, sometimes an […]

An Estate Attorney Answers: What Does Power of Attorney Really Mean? Most of us have heard the phrase “power of attorney”, but that does not necessarily mean everyone truly understands what it means. In a previous blog, our estate attorney covered the basics of choosing someone to give the power of attorney to, but what […]

Davidson Law Group Tips for Business Succession Planning Planning to pass on the operation of your business to someone is a significant undertaking. Many business owners underestimate the amount of detail that goes into such a transaction, so it is smart to seek the advice of a skilled and experienced estate attorney who can help […]

Davidson Law Group Explains Gun Trusts 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 […]