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Estate & Trust Planning –
The Family Legacy Process© →

We understand most people want to ensure that family values and what they have built during their lifetime will be efficiently transferred to those they designate without interference, unnecessary taxes, court costs, or litigation.

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Civil Litigation →

Representing a client involved in business disputes, contract disputes, real estate cases, including mediation, arbitration, or civil litigation in court, is a big responsibility — one we don’t take lightly.

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Corporate & Business →

We represent our business clients by taking a personal interest in them and in their endeavors. Our approach requires building strong relationships with business owners, executives, their companies and even their families.

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Real Estate →

At Davis Law Group, P.C. we understand that buying and selling real estate can be one of the most stressful events our clients will ever experience.

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Probate & Trust Administration →

Losing a loved one is difficult. The prospect of handling the estate at such a time is often overwhelming. If you have lost a loved one and have an estate or trust to administer, we can handle the details of the administration, so you can focus on dealing with grief and being with your family.

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Family Law & Collaborative Practice →

We have extensive experience in representing individuals who find themselves in the middle of broken relationships or worried about custody of their children, and we are effective advocates when the time comes to protect their interests.

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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 of their time.

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Church Law & Non-Profits →

Church & 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 corporate clients does not always transition to churches and other religious or not for profit organizations.

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