Last Will - Idaho Estate Planning

Idaho Estate Planning - You Don't Have to be Rich to Need an Estate Plan

Many people believe that they're not "rich enough" to have an estate plan, but this couldn't be further from the truth. We believe that estate planning isn't necessarily about how much money you have; it's about reducing the burdens on your heirs. The real focus of an estate plan should be to...

Idaho Estate Planning - How Much Do You Trust the Government?

Most summer plans do not include drafting a will and testament. Mowing a lawn choked with weeds and overgrown with grass is more likely to be tackled than considering your final wishes.  According to the American Bar Association, 55 percent of Americans do not have a will or other estate plan in...

Idaho Elder Law - Estate Planning for Surviving Spouses

Drawing up a will can be an emotionally taxing process. But it’s one that becomes especially difficult when a spouse is left to cope with the task after their partner passes away. Suddenly, what was once a joint decision made with a lifelong partner becomes a task a widow  or widower must face...

Idaho Estate Planning - The Right Plan is Critical for Today's Woman

It’s vitally important for everyone to have a plan for their estate, but in the absence of a well-crafted plan, women can be affected more often and more directly than men.  According to www.forbes.com, women live longer than men, on average, and tend to marry older spouses; this makes women...

Idaho Estate Planning - Life Events Remind Us of Estate Planning Needs

With an estate plan, you can ensure that your loved ones are taken care of financially after your death. You can give your family peace of mind by minimizing the lengthy probate process and documenting what you want if you become mentally or physically disabled. Your estate plan can also help...
RSS
First45679111213Last

Categories