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Revenue Ruling 2023-2: Pick Your Poison – Estate Taxes Or Capital Gains Taxes?

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Introduction With the new IRS Revenue Ruling (“Rev. Rul.”) 2023-2[1] passed in March, now may be a good time to…

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Parents of Blended Families Need an Estate Plan in Idaho

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The estate planning process involves nominating guardians, power of attorney, choosing an executor, and asset distribution. A blended family, also known…

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What Is a Will?

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A will is a legal document that, at its core, says who gets your stuff after you are gone and…

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What Is a Health Care Directive

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Health Care Directives are also sometime called living wills. They are your instructions to family and health care providers about…

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Estate Introduction

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Estate planning and estate administration are the two sides of the process of transferring assets from yourself to your loved…

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How Do I Give Instructions for End-Of-Life Care?

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A health care directive, also known as a living will, is one way for you to tell your family and…

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What Is an Estate Tax?

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Estate taxes are a tax on the transfer of assets from one generation to the next. The federal government has…

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What Is a Caregiver Contract (Personal Care Agreement)?

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Personal Care AgreementsData collected by the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) in 2020 shows nearly 42 million Americans serve…

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Navigating Guardianship Petitions and Capacity Determinations: The Role of an Elder Law Attorney

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Guardianship petitions and capacity determinations play a crucial role in ensuring the well-being and protection of incapacitated individuals. In the…

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When Should I Get My Estate Planning Done?

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Everyone already has an estate plan. If you haven’t created your own, your state laws have a default plan for…

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