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Your Estate Is It You or the State?

Yes, you need to create your own estate plan, unless you are okay with the default plan the government has for you...

Your state shouldn’t determine how your estate is managed. Find out seven ways to take control of your estate plan and protect what matters most.

Let Our Team of Professional Attorneys Help You Plan Ahead

At Davis Law PLC, our dedicated estate planning attorneys will collaborate with you to protect your wealth and preserve your legacy. Our firm’s combined experience and talents uniquely position us to provide you with specialized legal services in the areas of Wills, Trusts, and Estate and Charitable Planning. Together we will make sure your family and assets get the proper care and treatment they deserve.

Don't Let the State Plan Your Future

Each state has a set of laws to determine what happens if you become incapacitated or pass away. These laws cover areas you might not even think about, and they come complete with stringent timelines and even fees! Find out how you can take back control from the state.

Protect Your Loved Ones and Your Legacy

If something unexpected happens to you and you haven’t planned for everyone you love and everything you have, the State of Virginia has a default plan for you, and it may not be what you want. While nobody wants to think about death or disability, establishing an estate plan is one of the most important steps you can take to protect yourself and your loved ones, especially minor children.

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