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...

Idaho Estate Planning - Plates of Armor Protecting Your Family

"Without a plan, a challenging time for your loved ones will become even more complicated and difficult."Estate planning is the way to determine what happens to you and your property when you can no longer make decisions due to incapacity or death. Without this, you stand to make a tough process...

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...

Idaho Estate Planning - Don't Forget About Your Beneficiary Designations

When people think about estate planning, many don't remember the importance of updating beneficiary information on financial products, such as 401(k)s and life insurance policies.USA Today says that it's not just because many of us have the majority of our assets tied up in products like these....
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