Veteran's Planning - Idaho Estate Planning

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 - What is the VA Pension Program?

The VA Improved Pension was established to assist veterans, their spouses, widows and widowers.  It was designed to assure a level of income above the minimum subsistence level, allowing veterans and their survivors to live out their lives in dignity and afford basic necessities.How to Know Who...

Idaho Elder Law - Benefits for Aging Veterans

According to Department of Veterans Affairs census estimates, there are approximately 13 million veterans and their single surviving spouses age 65 and older. Comparing this to a total of 41 million Americans 65 and older, veterans and their single surviving spouses represent about 1/3 of the...

Veterans Day 2014

I was reminded of General Colin Powell the other day. He has been misquoted many times regarding the role of the United States of America's military in the world.The quote that is often mistated or incorrectly attributed occured during a presentation to the World Economic Forum in Switzerland in...
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