Idaho Estate Planning - Potential Hazards of Joint Ownership & Beneficiary Designations

Idaho Estate Planning - Potential Hazards of Joint Ownership & Beneficiary Designations
Figuratively speaking, life is chock full of road hazards. If we know where they are, then we can avoid them. It is the unknown hazards that are the problem. Just like when you're traveling on an unfamiliar road, it is best to learn from the experiences of those who have been down that road...

Got an Ex? How to Protect Your Family and Your Future

  • 25 September 2018
  • Author: IEP Team
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Got an Ex? How to Protect Your Family and Your Future
Are you going through a breakup or divorce? Have you gone through one since you drafted your estate plan? If so, this means you have some legal aspects to work through in order to protect your family and your own future. If you already have an estate plan, revising your current plant will be...

Things to Know When it Comes to Blended Families and Estate Planning

  • 31 August 2017
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Things to Know When it Comes to Blended Families and Estate Planning
Here are two trivia questions for you movie and television buffs. First, what big name Hollywood stars played on-screen spouses in the 1968 film Yours, Mine & Ours? The basic storyline of the movie paired a widow and her eight children with a widower and his ten children. Second, a...

Idaho Estate Planning - When Should You Start Planning?

Did you know yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery and today is a gift, which is why we call it the present?Anything can happen to any one of us at any time and in any place. Cars crash, strokes strike and each of us has a date with potential incapacity and certain death. Given this...

Idaho Estate Planning - What's the Difference Between a Will & A Revocable Living Trust?

A will gives instructions about distributing your property after death, and living trusts are typically revocable—they can be changed along the way, and they are "living" because they're created while you're alive. A will is only effective when you die; a trust takes effect as soon as you...
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