Elder Law - Idaho Estate Planning

Idaho Estate Planning - What's Fair To Your Kids May Not be Fair At All

Are you planning to design your estate plan to make sure your adult kids are treated fairly? What if one child has never been good with money, while the others are completely independent? This post from New Jersey 101.5, "Being fair in estate planning," says there are options.While there's no...

Idaho Elder Law - Financial Elder Abuse in America Escalates

Grappling with growing financial exploitation of the elderly, state officials are pressing for laws that require financial advisers to report suspected elder fraud to authorities.New laws face resistance from the financial industry, which claims they could result in a massive number of false...

Idaho Elder Law - Make a Plan Now to Deal With Future Incapacity of a Loved One

The Huffington Post says that sometimes holiday gatherings can be a time for family decision making, especially concerning the difficult issue of legal incapacity.The article, "Legal Issues for Concerned Family and Friends of a Possibly Incapacitated Individual," advises that functional...

Idaho Estate Planning - Scam Alert, Phishing for Phools!

Don't be a phool in 2016. A "Phool" is a term coined by Nobel Economics Prize winners George Akerlof and Robert Shiller as a person who succumbs to "phishing." That can be a number of financial deceptions. Keep yourself from becoming a phool and you can make money and build up your nest egg in...

Idaho Estate Planning - Which Documents Do I Need to Keep and Which Can I Shred?

The easiest way to stay on top of your finances is simply to "stay on task," the national newspaper USA Today says. Its December 21 article, entitled "Drowning in bank statements, etc.? Here's what you can toss," advises you to pay your bills, file your taxes, and save. Doing so puts you in the...
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