Idaho Elder Law - Rights in Guardianship

Florida law has a list of 14 rights that an elder may surrender as a result of the guardianship process. These include the rights to marry, vote, manage finances, determine where to live and accept medical care. A recent article in The Herald Tribune, titled “Legislation aims to curb abuses in...

Idaho Elder Law - The Holiday Reality Check

The Holidays bring families together, which is a great thing, especially for those family members separated by geography. But since the holidays also mean spending time with your parents and elderly loved ones, it can be a shock. The New Old Age Blog at the New York Times in an article from 2011...

Idaho Elder Law - Is Your Estate Plan Ready for Alzheimer's?

What will you do if you develop Alzheimer's? This unfortunate disease gets to the core of who we think we are. People with the disease often forget their friends and family members.Anyone who has ever known someone with Alzheimer's knows how frustrating this disease can be for the patients and...

Idaho Elder Law - Sterling Lessons on Incapacity

When Shelly Sterling removed her husband, Donald Sterling, as co-trustee of the family trust that owns the Clippers, a heated court battle ensued to determine if Ms. Sterling was in the right or the wrong to do so. Shelly assumed control of the trust when doctors allegedly found Donald Sterling...
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