Ask the Estate Planning Attorney: What's a Healthcare Power of Attorney?

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  • 1 May 2020
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Ask the Estate Planning Attorney: What's a Healthcare Power of Attorney?
Let's talk about your Healthcare Power of Attorney and who makes smaller medical decisions for you when you are incapacitated. Healthcare Power of Attorney allows you to designate a person to make healthcare decisions on your behalf if you are unable to. This applies in situations...

Ask the Estate Planning Attorney: What's an Advanced Healthcare Directive?

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  • 24 April 2020
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Ask the Estate Planning Attorney: What's an Advanced Healthcare Directive?
Advanced Healthcare Directives, or Living Wills as they are known here in Idaho, are a crucial part of your Estate Planning, and your healthcare as a whole. Do you remember Terri Schiavo? In 1990, Terri fell into a persistent vegetative state after having a heart attack. She was kept on a...

Give Your Kids What They Really Want: A Plan for the Future

  • 15 February 2018
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Give Your Kids What They Really Want: A Plan for the Future
Many of the families we work with want to get their affairs in order to ensure they can pass something on to their children or grandchildren. And we understand that desire. After working hard your whole life, leaving something to your loved ones is a gift to them. The downside to this desire...

Idaho Estate Planning - Facing Life's Transitions With a Plan

"The loss of a spouse is never easy, whether you had time to say goodbye or it was unexpected."Many folks take on estate and financial planning in a piecemeal manner. It's something they visit every now and then. Maybe they speak with an estate planning attorney every ten or twenty years. Those...

Senior Matters Radio - A Look Into the Details & Documents of Retirement

  • 17 May 2016
  • Author: Jensie
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Listen into this episode of Senior Matters Radio to take a further, more in-depth look into beneficiary designations, powers of attorney, and necessary healthcare documentation. 
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