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Idaho Estate Planning - Do It Yourself Estate Planning Fail

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 - Estate Executor No-Nos

If the executor of an estate does not do certain things, then he or she can get in trouble. However, there are other things that can lead to trouble if an executor does do them.It is relatively easy for the executor, also known as the personal representative of an estate, to learn about his or...

Idaho Estate Planning - Avoid These Common Barriers to Effective Planning

Estate planning requires clients to prepare for a future they won't be here to see. That idea can be disconcerting, so it's no surprise that advisors say the largest obstacles to successful estate planning revolve around clients' anxieties about what the world will be like without them. Those...

Idaho Estate Planning - 3 Things to Remember When Drafting Your Will

It may be an unpleasant task to think about your own mortality, but the fact is, writing a will is one of the smartest financial planning activities you can do. Given this, Fox Business asked some of its contributors to discuss some important things to know before writing a will.Here's what they...

Idaho Estate Planning - Keeping Beneficiary Designations Current is Critical

Life insurance policies and retirement plans are key components of most estate plans today. In many cases, they represent the majority of assets in an estate. If the beneficiary designations are not kept up-to-date or not made at all, then these key assets may go to someone unintended.Austin...
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