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September 22, 2021 Douglas Davis

In the golden age of the smartphone, you’re never far from a camera. This has made the sharing of videos and photos easier than ever before. Easy access to a quality camera has

September 8, 2021 Douglas Davis

When a loved one passes, it affects an entire family. However, when it comes to carrying out their wishes, not every family member has an equal say. In fact, in many cases, only

August 26, 2021 Davis Law Group

Comprehensive estate and financial plans are not just for the wealthy. Anyone who cares for a person or cause and who wants to provide for the person or cause after they die can

August 4, 2021 Douglas Davis

What changes will we see to the tax code in the near future? At this point it is all speculation but don’t let that prevent you from making tax-free annual exclusion, medical-payment, and

July 29, 2021 Douglas Davis

Equality is a noble concept and one many people turn to when deciding how to divide up their estate. There are many circumstances in which equal distribution of assets among beneficiaries is the

July 8, 2021 Douglas Davis

If you are thinking about putting together an estate plan, it is important to consult with an attorney who is knowledgeable and experienced in this area of law. Your initial meeting with an

June 22, 2021 Douglas Davis

Starting a new job is an exciting new chapter in your life. Depending on your company’s onboarding process, there can be a lot of moving parts. You may feel overwhelmed by the introduction

June 9, 2021 Douglas Davis

Call me old-fashioned, but I think estate planning should involve a personalized and continuing relationship, not a transaction. While some may prefer to use low-cost websites or software because they are more concerned about

May 20, 2021 Douglas Davis

You just found out that your favorite aunt, Aunt Melba, has died. In the midst of your grief and sadness, you receive a notice from the attorney handling Aunt Melba's affairs stating that

April 15, 2021 Douglas Davis

If a loved one has recently died or become mentally incapacitated, finding the person’s estate planning documents is essential. The estate planning process and associated documents are critical to making decisions on the