Elder Law - Idaho Estate Planning

Idaho Elder Law - The Sandwich Generation Learns to Juggle the Added Role of Caregiver

The article found in Next Avenue, called "The Sandwich Generation Juggling Act," says that when learning to juggle, you start with one ball and slowly add another. Eventually, people can learn to juggle three balls as hand-eye coordination becomes accustomed to the rhythm. But when they add the...

Idaho Estate Planning - Some Common Estate Planning Mistakes

Ben Franklin once said that, "In this world, nothing is certain but death and taxes." A major goal of estate planning is to minimize the effects of both on your assets. Putting together a successful estate plan with clearly defined objectives, you can separate yourself from the unprepared and...

Idaho Estate Planning - Avoid These Common Estate Planning Mistakes

Ben Franklin once said that, "In this world, nothing is certain but death and taxes." A major goal of estate planning is to minimize the effects of both on your assets. Putting together a successful estate plan with clearly defined objectives, you can separate yourself from the unprepared and...

Idaho Elder Law - Documents for Alzheimer's Patients Need to be Done Now!

Money's recent article, "5 Essential Documents for Protecting a Loved One with Dementia," says that a person with Alzheimer's or any other form of dementia needs someone—either a relative or a trusted friend—who can make important financial and medical decisions in his or her stead. It's...

Idaho Estate Planning - Simple Will Creates Complex Problems for Family Business

Most business owners want to keep things "simple." Nothing fancy, just "plain and simple."  The business owners try and fit their often-complex life and growing business into a simple word-processed Will. Once it's done, they assume that everything will work out "just fine." They work under the...
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