Idaho Elder Law - Protecting Our Families from Financial Elder Abuse

Idaho Elder Law - Protecting Our Families from Financial Elder Abuse
We’ve all seen the articles and statistics; elder abuse is on the rise in America. In fact, in 2008, there were 21,000 reported cases of elder abuse in nursing homes that were investigated by Long Term Care Ombudsman state programs alone. But there is no single indicator that predicts...

Give Your Kids What They Really Want: A Plan for the Future

  • 15 February 2018
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Give Your Kids What They Really Want: A Plan for the Future
Many of the families we work with want to get their affairs in order to ensure they can pass something on to their children or grandchildren. And we understand that desire. After working hard your whole life, leaving something to your loved ones is a gift to them. The downside to this desire...

Taking Care of Your Family: Making Health Care Decisions

  • 8 February 2018
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Taking Care of Your Family: Making Health Care Decisions
With Valentine's just around the corner, we're all seeing lots of ads for diamond jewelry, chocolates, flowers, and all the usual stuff. But this month we're going to talk about a few different "gifts" you can give your loved ones that mean a little more. Sure, chocolates...

Why the State's Durable Power of Attorney is Better than Nothing (But Just Barely)

  • 21 March 2017
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Why the State's Durable Power of Attorney is Better than Nothing (But Just Barely)
What is a Power of Attorney? When it comes to your affairs, you want to have someone you trust in charge in the event that you become incapacitated. Legally, to name someone as your "agent", you need to have a power of attorney. This documentation is a standard piece when it comes...

It's Never too Early to Plan - Why You Need a Legal Life Plan NOW

  • 1 March 2017
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It's Never too Early to Plan - Why You Need a Legal Life Plan NOW
Typically, when we meet with clients or potential clients, we're seeing families in a later stage of life. Many have adult children and grandchildren and are either retire or thinking about it in the near future. And that's great! We love these clients and we're particularly...
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