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July 21, 2022 Davis Law Group

If you’ve just received orders to deploy, you’re probably thinking about all the things you need to do to make sure your family is taken care of while you’re gone. While you’re mentally

June 6, 2022 DLG

Most older adults consider estate planning to be essential. Yet, nearly half of Americans age 55 or more do not have a will, and even fewer have designated powers of attorney, a living

May 30, 2022 DLG

A proper estate plan ensures that your assets, interests, and loved ones are safeguarded after your death. Sadly, many individuals make costly mistakes without proper advice and guidance from a qualified estate planning

April 25, 2022 DLG

During the time he waited for his Texas house to close, Michael was enjoying his stay in Florida. Unfortunately, he took a bad fall and ended up in a Florida hospital. He had

March 30, 2022 Douglas Davis

When a loved one dies, their money and property has to be distributed to the appropriate people according to the will, or the state’s laws if a will is not in place. Even

March 18, 2022 Douglas Davis

The legal term “guardian” refers to someone who cares for another individual, often a minor child, who needs special protection for a variety of reasons. Although parents of a minor child can name

March 3, 2022 Douglas Davis

No one wants to think about what would happen to them if they became incapacitated, but it’s a critical plan to have in place for your own welfare and the welfare of your

February 7, 2022 Douglas Davis

Client have occasionally asked us whether their estate plan can include a right of first refusal (ROFR) on assets in their estate. To illustrate this issue, here’s a hypothetical scenario: The Family Farm

January 31, 2022 DLG

When I am gone, I would like to leave my bank accounts to my children. Can’t I just make the children joint owners? That idea sounds better than it actually is. Yes, you

January 17, 2022 DLG

Just like you should visit your doctor for a yearly check-up, you should review your estate planning documents annually to make sure they are up-to-date. Children grow up, marriages dissolve, property gets sold,