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Idaho Estate Planning - Why Plan?

Do you want to be able to provide for your family after you are gone? If so, you should begin estate planning now so you are sure you cover every single detail before you pass on. Whether you want to provide for your family after your death or you just want to ensure that the process is as easy...

Idaho Estate Planning - Lessons to be Learned from Downton Abbey

This isn't a joke. The viewers of this high-end PBS costume drama, which takes place about a century ago, could very likely be your clients' demographic. Look at who's a top corporate sponsor: Viking River Cruises, which told The New York Times that “our demographic is affluent Baby Boomers...

Idaho Estate Planning - Don't Think About Death and it Won't Happen, Right?

Thought about Dying Lately? Most of us don't. However, if a close friend or family member suddenly passes away, this shocking and unexpected event might make you think about death and how fragile our time here really is. Experts say that some people don't have simple wills. There are many...

Idaho Elder Law - Guardianship Can Be Avoided

One Florida journalist recently received numerous heart-breaking testimonials from individuals feeling frustrated by a system that was designed to protect adults no longer able to fend for themselves. Their stories are sad. But maybe even sadder are the many instances where it turns out that the...

Idaho Estate Planning - Estate Plans Need Updating After a Divorce

If you have just gotten divorced, you may be focused on getting on with your life. But make sure you also have updated the financial arrangements that kick in at your death. Failure to do so — or to alert all relevant parties to the changes — could result in certain assets and benefits...
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