Effective Estate Planning – The Revocable Power of Attorney

Effective estate planing includes a will or living trust along with a community property agreement, living will or health care directive, and a power of attorney.  Many people put off estate planning until something alarming happens such as dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, or some other debilitating accident or injury. Some delay…

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Simplifying the “Power of Attorney”

Many fear the mystifying “Power of Attorney” and wait until it is too late to give a loved one the power and authority to act on their behalf when they become incapacitated.  In reality, the greater fear should be the situation where no Power or Attorney is in place before…

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Life Planning Workshop

Don’t miss our FREE Life Planning Workshop on September 18, 2014 at 7 pm at the Vendome Events Center in Weiser, Idaho.  Bring your parents or loved ones.  Receive a Free Power of Attorney and Health Care Directive.   Learn about Living Trusts and Wills.  Learn how to AVOID PROBATE!  Learn…

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