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...

Ask the Estate Planning Attorney: Who Pays the Nursing Home Bill?

  • 31 January 2018
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Ask the Estate Planning Attorney: Who Pays the Nursing Home Bill?
This is a question we field all the time: who pays for long-term care? It's tricky because each family and each situation is different. The key to paying for long-term care is to knowing your options and planning ahead. While you can't plan for every eventuality, you can make decisions...

Tips and Tricks for Paying for Care for Aging Vets

  • 25 January 2018
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Tips and Tricks for Paying for Care for Aging Vets
When it comes to taking care of the Vet in your life, there are a few options that keep care up and costs down. We work with a number of Vets and their families and work hard to ensure each individual gets the care they need. Depending on each family's situation, there are a number of ways...

3 Things You Should Know if You're Retiring in or to Idaho

  • 17 January 2018
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3 Things You Should Know if You're Retiring in or to Idaho
A huge trend these days seems to be for many individuals to retire to some of the best states in the union (not that we're biased). This includes Montana, Wyoming, and yes, Idaho. Low cost of living, less traffic, and lower taxes are all part of the appeal. Not to mention the beautiful...
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