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The Legacy Plan Solution©

During this phase of the process, we will complete the design and establishment of your legacy plan. This will include the preparation of all legal documents necessary to create your unique Legacy Plan Solution© in compliance with the laws of the United States and the Commonwealth of Virginia. After legal documents have been prepared, we will schedule a time that is convenient for you to come in and review all of the elements of your plan. At that time, we will provide you with visual aids that will assist in making it easier to understand how the components of your Legacy Plan Solution™ work together to achieve your goals. After the plan documents have been tailored to your satisfaction, the documents can be signed and we will then provide you with your personalized Legacy Plan Solution© binder.

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Estate & Trust Planning

Estate Planning is essentially the process of preserving and protecting your assets and property during your lifetime, then providing instructions for them to be passed on to

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Corporate and Business Transactions

At Davis Law Group we have a unique perspective in our corporate and business law practice. Most "corporate" law firms focus on serving the business rather than

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Elder Law

Elder Law – Guiding You and Your Family through the Complexities of Aging At DLG, our Family Legacy Process© doesn’t stop after you set up your estate

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Probate & Trust Administration

When a close relative or friend dies, there are several important legal and taxation matters to be addressed.  Depending on how property and other assets are titled,

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Civil Litigation

Representing a client involved in business disputes, contract disputes, including mediation, arbitration, or civil litigation in court, is a big responsibility -- one we don't take lightly.

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Church and Non-Profit Organizations

Church and non-profit law requires a special understanding of the issues and challenges that face non-profit and religious institutions. The legal advice that best serves business and

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Commercial Real Estate Transactions

At Davis Law Group we understand that the commercial real estate process can be one of the most stressful events our clients will ever experience. Hampton Roads

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Family Law & Collaborative Practice

The attorneys at Davis Law Group have extensive experience in representing individuals who find themselves in the middle of broken relationships, and we are effective advocates when

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Employment Law

Few relationships impact our daily lives as much as the relationships we have at our workplaces. For most people, it is the place they spend the majority

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Adoptions

Over the past several years we have helped a number of families work through the complexities of domestic and international adoption in virtually every scenario you can

Our dedicated team of attorneys, paralegals, clerks and administrative staff at Davis Law Group are ready to assist you with your legal questions and needs from real estate transactions to estate plans to the adoption process and more, our team has a diverse background of experience and expertise. 

Douglas W. Davis
Attorney, Managing Partner
Douglas H. Cook
Attorney, of Counsel
Jake Balderson
Attorney
Stephen Haynes
Attorney
Jeff Coombs
Attorney, Nonprofit Practice Leader
Conor Flaherty
Attorney
Christen Davis
Senior Paralegal
Jacob Tise
Paralegal
Lauren Baust
Paralegal
Rebecca Garnsey
Paralegal
Melissa Smith
Paralegal
Karen Nootnagel
Comptroller

Are All Tax-Exempt Groups 501(c)(3)

People often equate federal tax-exemption with 501(c)(3) organizations. 501(c)(3) organizations are just one of many types of organizations that are eligible for tax-exemption. There

Is a Testamentary Trust Right

Difference Between Wills and Trusts A will is a document that provides instructions for how to distribute a person’s assets after death. A will

Modifying or Terminating a Virginia

Before deciding to modify a trust, it is important to consider the tax implications of such action. Modifying a trust could adversely affect income,