Veteran's Planning - Idaho Estate Planning

Our Veterans Deserve Better

Many of us spent the last 3 or 4 days enjoying time away from work. While a holiday is always nice, it is important to remember why we celebrate. Memorial Day originally developed as a way to recognize our men and women of the Armed Forces who died serving this great country.  As we strive,...

Idaho Estate Planning - Legal Issues With Veterans Benefits

AccreditationFederal law dictates that no one may help a veteran in the preparation, presentation and prosecution of an initial claim for VA benefits unless that person is accredited. The only exception to this law is that any one person can help any veteran -- one-time only -- with a claim. To...

Idaho Elder Law - Daughters Provide Most Caregiving For Elderly Parents

Who do you think is depended upon more for taking care of elderly parents -- men or women? A recent article in Forbes stated that the average caregiver today is a midlife woman who already earns less on average than her male counterparts. The article, titled "Is Caring For Aging Parents Unfair...

Idaho Elder Law - Discuss Emergency Preparedness With Your Parents

When a natural disaster strikes, it can prompt many "what if" conversations. What if that were to happen to us? What if that were to happen to our family? These events be a great segue into "the talk" with your aging parents about personal healthcare, elder care, and emergencies.A recent Forbes...

Idaho Elder Law - Planning For Long Term Care Costs

Much of our planning is done for the unknown. We don't know what lies ahead, so having a plan in place is one way of easing the stress of not knowing what the future holds.In a recent Forbes article titled "Staring Down The Barrel Of A Gun: When Alzheimer's Strikes," the couple featured in the...
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