Boise Estate Planning and Probate Attorneys
With an established office in Boise, our Boise Estate Planning Lawyers assist clients in the Treasure Valley and have helped them solve their Estate Planning and Probate problems for years. Through years of experience our Estate Planning Attorneys in Boise can help you plan for your future and provide for your loved ones. Additionally, if you have a loved one that has recently passed away, we have the ability to guide you and your family through the Idaho probate process. We represent a variety of individuals in the Treasure Valley with their Estate Planning and Probate needs. Our team of Estate Planning Lawyers help clients create a customized Estate Plan for themselves and their families. Additionally, we also represent individuals when a loved on passes away.
Our Estate Planning Attorneys in Boise include a team of partners Randy Budge, John Goodell, Conraid Aiken and Lane Erickson and attorneys Matt Stucki, Nathan Palmer and Dave Bagley. The members of our Estate Planning team have received the highest ratings from Martindale and Hubbell, AVVO and Justia based on their experience, legal ability and ethics as Boise Estate Planning Attorneys. We have the experience and the skill to help you with your Boise Estate Plan or to assist you and your family with your Probate needs.Customized Estate Planning
Death is unavoidable. While we know this, none of us knows when we or our family members will die. Despite this, we can have peace of mind by completing a proper and thorough Estate Plan. Our Estate Planning Lawyers in Boise can help.
In addition to giving away your money and property a complete Estate Planning can do much more. A thorough Estate Plan also helps you plan for your own future while you are alive. Through science and healthy living, people are living longer now than ever in history. While a longer life is desirable, it often leads to an increased risk of developing a disability or mental incapacity. Dementia can an often does occur in the form of an injury or illness, or because of a stroke, Alzheimer’s, or some other problem. By having a completed Idaho Estate Plan you have prepared for the possibility of your own disability by naming a person who will take care of you and will handle and make decisions for you about your finances, property, health care, business, and others areas of your life through a Power of Attorney. By having a complete Estate Plan, which includes a Power of Attorney, your family can avoid having a judge decide in Court who your guardian will be.
Likewise, parents that have small children have the most urgent need to complete their Estate Planning by choosing who will be named as the Guardian of their minor children. With a complete Estate Plan, when parents of small children die, the choice is made as to who will care for the minor children and the courts will not have to decide who will be the legal guardians of minor children. This also avoids family fights or disagreements that destroy family relationships and are also expensive.
The goal of our Estate Planning lawyers in Boise is to give you peace of mind while you are alive and to eliminate the likelihood of family fights over money, property or who should be named as the guardians for you or for you minor children when you die. Our experienced team have the experience and ability to guide you and your family away from these potential problems.A Complete Idaho Estate Plan
We have helped a variety of individuals and have come to know that every person’s circumstances and life are different. With this knowledge, we assist every person to complete a customized Estate Plan.
A last will and testament, a durable power of attorney, a living will, and a durable power of attorney for health care are the several documents that create a basic Estate Plan. We use our knowledge and experience to guide parents with minor children to name a guardian, and to create a trust for minor children so that all minor children in the family will be protected and cared for. A living trust or a series of trusts are created by our team of estate planning attorneys as part of the succession planning for farm, ranch or businesses that are owned by our clients when a need arises. Additionally, we help each client complete a customized Estate Plan to provide information and instructions about our client’s bank accounts, retirement accounts, and life insurance.Idaho Probate
With death being an unavoidable fact, we also encourage every client to consider how probate may affect them and their property after they die. The probate process in Idaho is prescribed by statutes and is normally straight forward and simple. Probate is the legal process that is filed in Court for the purpose of authorizing a person to be named as the Personal Representative. Once appointed, the Personal Representative then has legal authority to resolve the deceased person’s debts and to distribute property under the instructions written in a person’s last will and testament. When a written last will and testament does not exist, the statues of intestacy create an automatic distribution of the property. Most people avoid intestacy because the distribution that must be followed is usually different than what the person would have wanted.
Probate is required in Idaho under several circumstances. Most common among the circumstances is when a person dies while they own a home, or other real property. While alive, a person has the ability to sign and give a written deed to another person in order to sell or give away real property. However, after a person dies no one has the legal authority to do this. Probate provides the legal authority for a person named as the Personal Representative to transfer the decedent’s real property to others.Enlist an Idaho Estate Planning and Probate Attorney to Help You
Our experienced team of Estate Planning Attorneys in Boise at the Racine Law Office can help you and your family with estate planning or probate. We are available to discuss your options and answer your questions at an initial free consultation. Call us toll free at 877-232-6101 or 208-232-6101 for a free consultation with the Racine Olson team of Estate Planning attorneys in Idaho. You can also email us directly at email@example.com. We will answer your Idaho Estate Planning and Probate questions and will help you solve your Idaho Estate Planning and Probate problems.