Idaho Elder Law - Caring For Parents Requires Early Communication

"What we've got here is failure to communicate" Good news for older parents: your children will help support and care for you as you age. That’s according to a new study from Fidelity Investments. However, the bad news is that most families don’t agree on exactly...

Idaho Estate Planning - Making Sense of Community Property

“Community property laws are, in short, a mixed bag, sometimes a boon and sometimes a nightmare.” Many married couples living in the U.S. own assets that are deemed legally separate. This may include a business or real property purchased in one person’s name alone. The...

Idaho Estate Planning - You Can Leave a Legacy Just Like the Rockefellers

“You can empower your kids with a family trust that leaves a financial legacy.” Entrepreneurs may have a hard time deciding if they want to leave their children a large inheritance. You don’t want to create entitled, spoiled kids, but what’s so bad about giving your...

Idaho Elder Law - Focusing on Dementia & Elder Abuse

“Curbing elder abuse requires dedicated effort on the part of all of us.” Kern County Aging and Adult Services recently presented its 19th annual Elder Abuse Conference with more than 100 participants focusing their full attention on improving care for the elderly, according to an...

Idaho Estate Planning - Being a Good Executor is Harder Than You Think

“Failing to hire and bring in experts as quickly as possible also can become a major headache for executors.” During the estate planning process, you need to select an executor to carry out your wishes. Insurance News provides some things you should know about the executor’s...
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