Our dedicated team of attorneys, paralegals, clerks and administrative staff at Davis Law Group (DLG) 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.
Education: BA, Oral Roberts University J.D., O.W. Coburn School of Law at Oral Roberts University Areas of Focus: Trust and Estate planning Wealth Preservation planning Business planning and succession Commercial Transactions Community Involvement: Executive Board of Directors, Towne Bank Chesapeake
Education: BS in Finance – Oral Roberts University J.D., Regent University Areas of Focus: Estate Planning Estate Administration Trust Administration Community Involvement: Board Member, Oaktree Academy Professional Background: Jake has lived in the Hampton Roads area for twenty-seven years and
Education: Pre-law, Emmanuel College J.D., Regent University Admissions: Virginia State Bar Areas of Focus: Estate Planning Commercial Real Estate Business Set-up and Succession Planning Elder Law Community Involvement: Board Member, Society of Financial Service Professionals My Story: Everyone has a
Education: J.D., Regent University School of Law Admissions: Virginia State bar Areas of Focus: Representation of nonprofit organizations Community Involvement: Currently: Member, Alumni Board of Regent University School of Law Member, American Mensa Member, Wesleyan Theological Society Formerly: Adjunct Professor,
Education: BS in Political Science, Old Dominion University J.D. Liberty University Admissions: Virginia State Bar Areas of Focus: Estate Planning Estate Administration Trust Administration Business Succession Commercial Transactions My Story: Conor was born and raised in Virginia Beach and has
Education: Tidewater Community College Areas of Focus: Estate and Trust Planning Asset Protection Entity Formation Commercial Transactions Community Involvement: Member of my church Volunteer, Local Food Pantry Professional Background: Before coming to DLG, I worked as the Accounting Manager at
Areas of Focus: Oversee and responsible for law firm accounting, cash management, financial transactions, management of trust and bank accounts, coordination of payroll with third party provider, billing of clients and collection of accounts receivable. Community Involvement: I am an
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 are 29 tax-exempt groups mentioned in § 501(c) of the tax code. A few are explored in more detail below. A common characteristic of
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 only becomes effective upon the testator’s death, so the testator can change his will up until the time of death. (“Testator” is the legal
Before deciding to modify a trust, it is important to consider the tax implications of such action. Modifying a trust could adversely affect income, gift, estate, and/or generation-skipping transfer taxes. Trusts generally are either revocable or irrevocable, and each type can be modified or terminated in different ways.