Elder Law - Idaho Estate Planning

Idaho Elder Law - Understand Medicaid Before Trying to Qualify

Even if you are eligible, don't rush into applying for coverage. Kiplinger's article, "What You Need to Know About Applying for Medicaid," discusses five scenarios for you to consider in your planning.Remember that your income and assets have to be at a very low level to qualify for Medicaid....

Idaho Elder Law - Convincing a Parent They Need a Will Isn't Always Easy

The article "How to handle a parent not having a will" from New Jersey 101.5 says that some people may postpone this for as long as possible to avoid dealing with fears relating to their own passing. They also may feel overwhelmed by the process.Also, if Dad has recently passed away, Mom may be...

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...

Idaho Estate Planning - Wise Estate Planning Can Help Keep the Peace in Your Family

Family relationships can change over the years, and when finances are mixed in, particularly estate planning, you need to strategize ahead of time. That's what The Huffington Post suggests in "Keeping the Peace Between Adult Children in Estate Planning."Although American retirees have been...
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