Alzheimer's - Idaho Estate Planning

Idaho Elder Law - Helping Loved Ones Suffering from Alzheimer's

It’s important to plan for the future. This is especially true for families who have a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia. If planning is done early, the person with the disease may be able to participate more in the decision making. Planning early can also reduce...

Idaho Elder Law - Legislators Considering Law Protecting Elderly from Scams

Two years after New York socialite Brooke Astor died in 2007, her son, Anthony Marshall was convicted of bilking her of millions of dollars. The heiress suffered from dementia, and did not know that her son, charged with her care, was paying himself from her assets. The Astor story is...

Idaho Elder Law - More Resources Needed to Fight Elder Abuse

The San Diego County District Attorney's Office continues to fight against elder abuse in assisted living facilities around the community. The D.A. rolled out a new website and a reporting line to help protect many senior citizens from physical abuse and financial scams. The Long Term Care...

Idaho Estate Planning - A Longer Life Requires a Better Estate Plan

Living longer changes the dynamics of financial planning. Old age can be very expensive. Everyone is different and there is no way to predict the future. That is the challenge of planning for later years. Challenging to predict your future lifestyle, including where you will live, and...

Idaho Elder Law - Terry Pratchett a Hero with Alzheimer's Has Passed

Terry Pratchett passed away at the age of 66, 8 years after being diagnosed with Posterior Cortical Atrophy (PCA), a form of dementia related to Alzheimer's Disease. If you're not familiar with Terry Pratchett he is a best selling novelist in the Science Fiction/Fantasy genre. His Disc World...
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