Veteran's Planning - Idaho Estate Planning

Idaho Estate Planning - Reasons for Asset Protection

Provide Assets and Income for a Surviving SpouseThough tragic, when a spouse of a couple dies, income is usually reduced through loss of Social Security income or reduction of retirement pension.  This can be especially hard for the surviving spouse having to learn to live on less and prepare...

Idaho Elder Law - Just What is Elder Law?

Caring for an aging parent or helping an older adult with different tasks can raise concerns about their health, well-being and the potential legal problems that specifically impact an elder's life. Elder law refers to any legal factors that impact the lives of older men and women. "In America"...

Idaho Elder Law - Veterans Benefits Planning

Many wartime veterans and their surviving spouses are currently receiving long-term care or will need some type of long-term care in the near future. The Veterans Administration has funds that are available to help pay for this care. Unfortunately, many are not aware that these benefits even...

Idaho Elder Law - New VA Proposal Would Limit Vets Benefits

The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys recently published a response to the VA regarding their proposed changes Veterans Benefits. The paper was written by Victoria Collier who we have referenced many times in our blog. The subject of Veterans and their access to the benefits they earned...

Idaho Estate Planning - Special Needs Trusts

Leslie Sieleni found out her son had Down’s syndrome when he was 5 days old. Now 14, Sean Sieleni talks about driving a car, going to college, living on his own and getting a job. His mom supports those dreams, but she worries. One thing that eases her mind is the prospect of Minnesota...
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