Living Will - Idaho Estate Planning

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 Elder Law - Protecting Your Assets From Nursing Home Costs

Medicaid is a federal program, but administered differently and with different regulations in each state. Some states, like Florida, have relatively lenient eligibility requirements while other states, like New Jersey, are more restrictive. The "Get out of Dodge" plan is one attorney's advice...

Idaho Estate Planning - Consider the Risks of DIY Legal Documents

Everyone wants to save money and sometimes doing things yourself, rather than hiring an expert, can be a good way to save. For instance, mowing your lawn may not be fun, but it's not particularly difficult and doing it yourself could save money. And if you make a mistake? Not to worry, the grass...

Idaho Elder Law - Advanced Directives & Other Documents To Consider

Idaho Estate Planning is a founding member of the Idaho Care Planning Council, associated with the National Care Planning Council. Todays blog is written by Valerie Buck in association with the NCPC.We all love our aging parents. In certain situations, a portion of our love must be devoted to...
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