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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

March 3, 2021 Douglas Davis

With our society becoming increasingly mobile and international travel becoming more affordable than ever before, families and family-like relationships have steadily grown far more diverse in terms of citizenship. It is no longer

March 28, 2019 Davis Law Group

Part 3—Involuntary Transfers In the third part of our three-part LLC Membership series, we're discussing involuntary transfers. To get caught up you can read our previous blogs on LLC Membership Overview and Voluntary

November 7, 2017 Douglas Davis

Most families in America that have a pet consider that animal to be a part of the family. Because of this, many people want to make sure their pet is cared for in

September 19, 2017 Douglas Davis

In our last two blogs we’ve been discussing different aspects of a Tax-Deferred Exchange – a technique available to defer taxes and maximize the funds available for reinvestment upon the sale of an

August 2, 2017 Douglas Davis

How the 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange Can Affect Your Real Estate Investment Since the Tax Reform Act of 1986, real estate investors have faced one big problem on the sale of their property:

May 10, 2017 Douglas Davis

Why is it that family feuds erupt after a death, or even after the incapacity of a family member? One of the leading causes is a failure to choose a fiduciary who will

January 28, 2016 Douglas Davis

Call me old-school, but it seems to me that legal services, such as estate planning, should involve a personalized continuing relationship, not a single disconnected transaction. Estates, and their planning, can change over

December 1, 2015 Davis Law Group

Davis Law Group is excited to announce that John McCormick has received an appointment to the City of Chesapeake’s Planning Commission. On September 5, 2015, William Small resigned from his position on the

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