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http://IdahoProbateLawVideos.com You do not want to procrastinate when planning your estate. The bad days will be much easier if you have a plan in place. And you never know when an accident or unfortunate events will occur.
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http://IdahoProbateLawVideos.com Initially when you set up a revocable trust, there are no assets in the document. You must have assets in the trust to get the benefit of having a trust.
  • 8 Apr 2011
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http://IdahoProbateLawVideos.com There are basically two types of trusts; revocable and irrevocable. One question I am asked frequently is what is the difference between revocable trust and irrevocable trust?
  • 7 Apr 2011
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http://IdahoProbateLawVideos.com Nursing homes or other types of assisted living facilities can be very expensive. If you or your spouse have a need for such care it can quickly drain your retirement savings.
  • 7 Apr 2011
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http://IdahoProbateLawVideos.com Taxes on your estate can be avoided or reduced if you plan effectively. In this video Susan Graham, a Idaho Elder Attorney, gives an overview on How to Avoid Taxes With Planning Your Estate.
  • 7 Apr 2011
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http://IdahoProbateLawVideos.com There are VA benefits to pay for long term care for military veterans and widows of veterans. To qualify for veterans benefits you need to make sure you are following the VA rules and guidelines.
  • 6 Apr 2011
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http://IdahoProbateLawVideos.com Statics say that 70% of people need long term care. In this video Susan Graham, Idaho Probate Law Attorney, gives an overview on Planning for Long Term Nursing Home Care.
  • 6 Apr 2011
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http://IdahoProbateLawVideos.com If you don’t have an estate plan, the state will decide who gets your assets and who handles your affairs. Susan Graham an Accredited Attorney with the Veterans Administration, gives an overview.
  • 12 Apr 2011
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http://IdahoProbateLawVideos.com It is crucial to keep your estate plan current so you may be prepared for what ever may come. You may not feel like it but things are always changing in your life.
  • 4 Apr 2011
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http://IdahoProbateLawVideos.com Joint ownership can cause problems when you are planning your estate. Protect yourself and your assets when joint ownership is involved. Susan Graham, a Boise Estate Planning Lawyer, giv
  • 4 Apr 2011
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http://IdahoProbateLawVideos.com If you have significant assets it is important to get the correct advice to protect them and provide for your loved ones when you are gone. Susan Graham, Boise Probate Law Attorney, gives an overview
  • 3 Apr 2011
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http://IdahoProbateLawVideos.com An estate plan is critical for everyone to have. Everyone needs one past the age of 18. In this video Susan Graham, Boise Attorney, explains What Is An Idaho Estate Plan and Why People Need It.
  • 3 Apr 2011
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http://IdahoProbateLawVideos.com A power of attorney can be two different kinds of documents. It can be a financial power of attorney or a health power of attorney. In this video Susan Graham, a Boise Attorney, gives an overview.
  • 3 Apr 2011
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http://IdahoProbateLawVideos.com Revocable, or Living Trust, is a popular choice, but it is not for everyone. In this video, Susan Graham an Idaho Elder Law Attorney, gives an overview of what is a Revocable Living Trust.
  • 2 Apr 2011
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http://IdahoProbateLawVideos.com A will is a document that handles your assets when you pass away. A will identifies who, when, and how your assets will be taken care of. Idaho Lawyer, Susan Graham - IdahoProbateLawVideos.com
  • 1 Apr 2011
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http://IdahoProbateLawVideos.com Knowing your current situation, plan of attack, and implementation of that plan are the key ingredients to a solid Estate Plan. Susan Graham of Graham Law Office explains the 3 Pillars of Estate Plans
  • 10 Mar 2011
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