Advanced Directives - Idaho Estate Planning

Idaho Estate Planning - Making Your Eventual Death Easier on Your Family

Most people would probably say that planning ahead is generally a good idea. However, when it comes to what might happen at the end of their own lives, most people do not plan ahead, even though there are very good reasons to do so.Ask any probate attorney or doctor whether people should plan...

Idaho Estate Planning - Avoid These Common Barriers to Effective Planning

Estate planning requires clients to prepare for a future they won't be here to see. That idea can be disconcerting, so it's no surprise that advisors say the largest obstacles to successful estate planning revolve around clients' anxieties about what the world will be like without them. Those...

Idaho Estate Planning - Keeping Beneficiary Designations Current is Critical

Life insurance policies and retirement plans are key components of most estate plans today. In many cases, they represent the majority of assets in an estate. If the beneficiary designations are not kept up-to-date or not made at all, then these key assets may go to someone unintended.Austin...

Idaho Elder Law - Talking to Our Parents About Their Finances

Addressing your aging parents’ finances is not easy. Several years ago, when Gwen's mom started showing signs of memory loss, she had conversations with her about her finances. The daughter felt awkward probing her mom about her accounts, income and estate-planning documents, but that small...

Idaho Estate Planning - You Don't Have to be Rich to Need an Estate Plan

Many people believe that they're not "rich enough" to have an estate plan, but this couldn't be further from the truth. We believe that estate planning isn't necessarily about how much money you have; it's about reducing the burdens on your heirs. The real focus of an estate plan should be to...
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