Idaho Estate Planning - Being an Executor Requires Preparation

"From keys to debts, handling an estate is a detail-oriented responsibility." Being named an executor of a will is a big responsibility. However, most individuals selected know nothing about what they need to do in the role, according to the recent US News article "4 Tips to Be...

Idaho Estate Planning - Facing Life's Transitions With a Plan

"The loss of a spouse is never easy, whether you had time to say goodbye or it was unexpected."Many folks take on estate and financial planning in a piecemeal manner. It's something they visit every now and then. Maybe they speak with an estate planning attorney every ten or twenty years. Those...

Idaho Elder Law - How to Plan & Execute an Estate Sale

"Inheriting an estate can be an emotional journey, especially if you had a close relationship with the person whose estate you are settling or if you're planning an estate sale due to divorce or foreclosure." WCP's recent post, "4 tips for dealing with the emotional side of estate sale...

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 - Must Have Planning Documents for Parents of Millenials

Millennials are not discussing end-of-life care with their parents. Nevertheless, to save your loved ones avoidable pain and legal wrangling at your death or if you become incapacitated, you should begin your estate planning today and that includes a conversation with your millennial...
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