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Idaho Estate Planning - Handling the Emotional Aspects of Estate Planning

Estate planning is about more than money. It’s also about handling the emotional aspects of leaving an estate to one’s heirs. In fact, family disputes often arise over the emotional aspects of “fairly” dividing up the physical mementos of loved ones.Parents can be stymied over how to...

Idaho Estate Planning - Trusts Made Simple

TRUSTS MADE SIMPLEThe legalese: To state it accurately, a trust is a legal relationship in which one party holds property that was entrusted to him for the benefit of another. (Of course, it might not come as a surprise to you that there are better ways to explain things than using the...

Idaho Estate Planning - Making Your Eventual Death Easier on Your Family

Most people would probably say that planning ahead is generally a good idea. However, when it comes to what might happen at the end of their own lives, most people do not plan ahead, even though there are very good reasons to do so.Ask any probate attorney or doctor whether people should plan...

Idaho Estate Planning - One More Do-It-Yourself Estate Plan That Didn't Work

Revoking a will is one of the simplest of legal actions that a person can undertake. However, a recent case reveals that it is possible to entirely mess up the process.If you want to revoke your will, you have a lot of options. You can simply write and execute a new will. You can write "Void" on...

Idaho Estate Planning - I Don't Have a Will, What's the Worse That Could Happen?

Despite hearing many warnings, people do not believe that anything bad will possibly happen if they never get a will. They assume that their family can work everything out. However, that does not always happen.In a recent article, "What to do when a parent dies and leaves no will," Market Watch...
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