Caregiving - Idaho Estate Planning

Idaho Estate Planning - Raising a Child with Special Needs

Many times, families raising children with special needs don't know how to begin their financial planning, says The New York Daily News in a recent article, "How to prepare a financial plan for families with special needs children."Experts estimate that raising a child to age 18 costs roughly...

Idaho Elder Law - Are You Prepared to Jump Into Your Parents Financial Lives?

"As people live longer, and apart from their grown children. The age and the distance means that an increasing number of these grown children will be invited into their parents’ financial lives, with little clue about any of the details the parents had handled for decades." In a recent Wall...

Senior Matters Radio - Planning to Succeed in Your Future: Featuring John Sellin

  • 7 April 2016
  • Author: IEP Team
“Failing to plan is planning to fail,” guest John Sellin, financial planner, states in this episode of Senior Matters Radio. Together he and Mark Wight of Idaho Estate Planning discuss the many items to consider for success in elder years including finances, healthcare, and having a plan...

Senior Matters Radio - Avoiding Hospitalization w/ Mike Powell

  • 31 March 2016
  • Author: IEP Team
Senior Matters Radio once again welcomes Mike Powell to the show. This time around he and host Bo Higby discuss the 5 ways to prevent senior hospitalization. The 5 ways to prevent senior hospitalization are: Follow the doctor’s directions Tune into symptoms Don’t think you’re...

Idaho Elder Law - The Toughest Talk You'll Ever Have With Your Parents

Opening the door to this difficult discussion may give your parents some peace of mind, as they'll know they were able to help you understand their wishes and spare you the stress of having to make those tough decisions on your own. They'll also take comfort knowing their wishes will be...