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Idaho Elder Law - Leave A Legacy Not A Mess

Planning for your final years is hard. It's not an easy or fun subject to think about, but you risk an awful lot if you don't make proper plans.A durable power of attorney for financial and health care matters can designate who will make decisions for you in the event you can't make them...

Idaho Elder Law - You Do Have a Will Whether You Drafted It or Not

What you do with your estate is up to you. Sometimes that means passing it to your family. But for some, there may not be any family around. What kind of legacy do you want to leave behind? How do you go about fulfilling that legacy?The decision-making process of any estate plan should begin...

Idaho Estate Planning - The Best Defense is a Well Planned Defense

An Estate Plan is a form of defense for your estate. But you also need to defend that plan against future influences. A recent Kiplinger's Personal Finance article,titled"Forces That Affect Your Estate Plan," explored challenges you really need to address now so your estate plan will be...

Idaho Estate Planning - Must Haves!

Don't think you really need a will? Think again! Creating a will with a qualified estate planning attorney is the best way to ensure your wishes will be honored and moved quickly through the legal process.As The Wall Street Journal warns in “Four Estate-Planning Documents Everyone Should...

Idaho Estate Planning - Deciding to Disinherit!

Making the decision to disinherit someone from your estate plan is no easy task. If there is a specific event prompting the disinheritance, it should be identified. In fact, a recent Huffington Post article titled "What Happens When You Disinherit Someone From Your Will" recommends that you...
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