Estates / Probate
Helping you Find a Plan
The death of a family member always brings sadness and change. Mourners do not need legal headaches on top of their grief. The best way to avoid legal hassles following a person’s death is to do simple planning and preparation. RandsLaw professionals can help you draft a will and perform estate planning, so we can ease the transition and transfer of property following your death. Sometimes, a trust may be helpful, but is often not necessary in Idaho. RandsLaw professionals can help you know when and how to use these tools that are available to you. We strive to bring you peace of mind so that you know your family is provided for after you pass.
A comprehensive estate plan consists of several documents working in conjunction.
These documents can include:
Wills are typically used to specify the distribution of physical assets.
Trusts are typically used to specify the distribution of money and can include special-needs trusts.
Powers of Attorney
These documents are designed to identify a proxy who can make either financial or health care decisions if you have lost the capacity to do so yourself.
Health Care Directives
Through an advance health care directive, individuals can state end-of-life decisions.
Consider the Future
No matter your age, health or wealth, it is crucial to consider your estate plan. Having these documents in place can help your surviving loved ones avoid unnecessary disputes. Often times, these disputes regard property transfer or other disagreements about the distribution of assets. We understand that it can be difficult to consider end-of-life decisions, but it is an essential step to ease the heartache of loved ones. Contact RandsLaw today for a free consultation and ask about our flat-fee estate planning offerings.