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Idaho Elder Law - Detective Work May Be Needed When Loved One Dies Without A Will

If after grandma passed away, you realize that she didn't leave a will, it can be a real mystery to unravel all that there was to her estate. MarketWatch says in "My wealthy grandmother left no will — how do we find her stocks and bonds?" to take your cue from Jim Rockford or Rick Castle.The...

Idaho Estate Planning - When Should You Start Planning?

Did you know yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery and today is a gift, which is why we call it the present?Anything can happen to any one of us at any time and in any place. Cars crash, strokes strike and each of us has a date with potential incapacity and certain death. Given this...

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 - Too Poor for an Estate Plan? Absolutely Not!

If you have completed your estate planning, when was that? Where are the documents? Does your family know where they are located?Estate Planning needs to be reviewed and updated whenever there is a major life event like a marriage, birth, death, or divorce.Haven't done any estate planning? Why...

Idaho Estate Planning - What's the Difference Between a Will & A Revocable Living Trust?

A will gives instructions about distributing your property after death, and living trusts are typically revocable—they can be changed along the way, and they are "living" because they're created while you're alive. A will is only effective when you die; a trust takes effect as soon as you...
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