Elder Law - Idaho Estate Planning

Idaho Estate Planning - The Daughter Syndrome

The Daughter SyndromeAre you a wife, mother, grandmother, or aunt? Chances are you may be in one or more of these important family roles at some time in your life. Traditionally, women are the nurturers and caregivers in their own families and in our society at large. As a result, a woman may...

Idaho Estate Planning - Don't Ambush Your Kids With Your Estate Plan

Money and death top the list of conversational taboos — especially among family — so a conversation about them might seem toxic. But it must be done. Baby boomers who haven't told their heirs about their estate plans shouldn't wait for the perfect moment, experts say in a MarketWatch...

Idaho Estate Planning - Don't Forget About Your Beneficiary Designations

When people think about estate planning, many don't remember the importance of updating beneficiary information on financial products, such as 401(k)s and life insurance policies.USA Today says that it's not just because many of us have the majority of our assets tied up in products like these....

Idaho Estate Planning - Should You Leave Your Kids an Inheritance?

A report by the Hearts & Wallets financial services research firm says that affluent members of the boomer generation are divided about leaving an inheritance to their children, according to Forbes in "How Boomer Parents Feel About Leaving Inheritances." However, those boomers less inclined to...

Idaho Estate Planning - Given the Choice, Don't Die Rich!

The Wilmington Business Journal says that estate planning should be a serious exercise, together with financial planning. Both are ongoing events, no matter your age or status.In its article "Do You Really Want To Leave a Large Inheritance?", the Journal advises seniors that having enough...
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