Beverly Davidek is Mom to three awesome young men: Gerard, Steven, and Nick. She’s been a practicing attorney for more than 20 years, and most of those years of practice have focused on areas that directly affect families — especially families with children: special education law, estate planning, guardianships, and general counsel for family-owned businesses. She has also served as an Assistant District Attorney for Bexar County, prosecuting child abuse and neglect cases.
Beverly and her husband Dirk are also entrepreneurs, certified life and health coaches, best-selling authors, health and wellness junkies, and world travelers. Their mission is to make happy lawyers and happy clients the norm and not the exception.
Beverly understands firsthand the importance of having all of your “ducks in a row,” so you can sleep at night, knowing that you have done all that you can to take care of your family — from a legal and financial standpoint, as well as from a spiritual and family legacy standpoint. She is a former teacher, and she approaches law with the heart of a teacher. She’s not satisfied until her clients are fully educated to make informed decisions about the things that matter most to them and their families.
I started Davidek Law Firm with the needs of growing families in mind. I understand that, if you’re like most families, you are busy. You are growing. You are planning for a life of prosperity, and you value ease, convenience and efficiency. You want to know you’ve made the best decisions for your family and that your plan will work when your loved ones need it most. You want to make sure your children would be taken care of in the best way possible and will be prepared to receive your wealth if anything were to happen to you. You want to know you have a trusted advisor who will be there for your family.
That is my focus as well. In fact, I’ve thrown out the time clocks so you never have to be afraid to call with a quick question. My legal services are billed on a flat-fee basis, agreed to in advance, so there are never any surprises. And I will ensure the most important details of your planning are followed through on and your plan continues to work throughout changes in your life and changes in the law.
I also believe your financial wealth is only a small part of your overall family wealth, which is made up of your far more valuable, intellectual, spiritual and human assets – who you are and what’s most important to you.
Estate plans are generally designed to transfer your financial wealth onto the next generation. The intangible nature of your much greater wealth has made it difficult to capture, and that’s what’s often lost when someone passes. How much do you know about your grandparents’ (or maybe your parents’) values? Their most prized personal possessions? How they felt about you? What they learned during their lifetime? And what they would pass on if you asked them what’s most important to them?
I understand the importance of family, and I look forward to seeing you and caring for your family soon!