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It is a hassle to deal with the probate court, but you can avoid it with the right guidance. At the Davidson Law Group, we want to help all of our clients avoid the expense of probate. There are some key terms you should understand before our probate attorneys work with you.   In each […]

An estate plan helps protect your assets and your loved ones, even after you have passed away. While you may understand the importance of estate planning, there are many additional terms and jargon that can get confusing. In each Davidson Law Glossary article, we explain the details and address common questions, so you can have […]

Whether it’s simple or complex, a will protects your assets and your family. But many people don’t have a will, so they leave behind unnecessary legal bills and disputes. In a previous blog post, we identified the mistakes to avoid when preparing a will. Today, the wills and trusts attorneys at the Davidson Law Group […]

Gun trusts deal with ownership of firearms that are based on federal and state regulations. With these trusts, it’s easier to possess and handle firearms after the owner passes away and keep beneficiaries from accidentally breaking the law. In today’s blog, the wills and trusts attorneys at Davidson Law Group revisit the topic of gun […]

At Davidson Law Group, we understand that estate planning is different for each person and family, and building an estate plan can require many different elements depending upon the unique needs of the client. There are, however, some things about estate planning that everyone should know. In today’s blog, our estate attorneys share some of […]

A Probate Attorney Breaks Down Common Probate Terms If you’re not familiar with probate, and not too many people are, then you may be overwhelmed with all the terms and phrases being thrown at you. Of course, you didn’t go to law school to learn all of this stuff, so why would you know them? […]

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 their duties, you may be wondering what […]

One of the most important parts of planning the future of your estate is choosing your executor, the person who will be in charge of managing your assets after you’re gone. You may choose one person to be your executor, several people, or an institution. It is very important to make this decision carefully, thinking […]

An Estate Planning Attorney: Signs You Picked the Wrong Executor for Your Will To safeguard money, real estate, and personal belongings, hiring an estate planning attorney is essential. In the United States, this type of attorney offers legal advice to those who wish to be prepared in the event of a death or an accident […]

Technically speaking, anyone can be made the executor of a will. Despite the freedom the will-writer has to select whomever they believe is best suited, the job itself is not one taken lightly. Being the executor of a will is a significant responsibility, and you will need to consider a lot of the factors involved […]