Providing for Family and Loved Ones After Death
Our Idaho Estate Planning Attorneys can help you with your concerns about death, and caring for your family and loved ones when you are gone. For over 75 years the Idaho Estate Planning Lawyers at the Racine Law Office have worked with each client to create a customized Idaho Estate Plan that have helped them plan for their loved ones when they are gone. Having a customized Idaho Estate Plan protects each client individually while they are alive and provides for their family members and loved ones after they die.
The Racine Idaho Estate Planning Attorneys recognize that death affects us all but that with a well thought out Idaho Estate Plan a person can have peace of mind that their affairs are in order. Regardless of the circumstances of a person’s life, whether they are young or old, or even whether they own significant assets of not, every person can benefit from having a customized Idaho Estate Plan. Our experienced Idaho Estate Planning Lawyers include experienced partners Randy Budge and Lane Erickson who have received the highest ratings for their ethics and legal ability. Associates Nathan Palmer and Dave Bagley complete the Racine Law Office Idaho Estate Planning Team.Preparing for the Unavoidable
In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.
- Benjamin Franklin
While death does affect us all, few of us know when it will happen. This uncertainty sometimes causes people to put off doing anything about it. However, completing a customized Idaho Estate Plan means that you are ready, regardless of not only death, but also the many other circumstances that may exist now or could arise later in your own life. Estate Planning provide not only a plan for giving away your money, property and belongings, it also can and should so much more. With the help of the Racine Idaho Estate Planning Attorneys your Idaho Estate Plan will also provide for you if you are ever disabled, have a stroke, dementia or Alzheimer’s. Your property, finances, bills, medical care and family can all be protected and cared for with the help of the Racine Idaho Estate Planning Lawyers.Consider Your own Circumstances
The Racine Idaho Estate Planning Attorneys know that to help you, we must consider your own unique circumstances. For instance: are you a young married person; do you have minor-aged children; do you own a home or other real property; do you have a child with a disability or with special needs; are you nearing retirement; do you have grandchildren; are you the owner of a business, farm or ranch; does the health history of your parents or grandparents suggest that a disability or mental incapacity might occur in your life. These and other questions are considered for you personally through our Confidential Estate Planning Questionnaire and during a free 30 minute consultation meeting with our Racine Idaho Estate Planning Lawyers so that we can answer your questions and provide you with options that will meet your unique circumstances and needs.The Time to Act is now
While each person and their circumstances are unique, death and the uncertainty of life are common to us all. Whether you are young or old, single or married, a parent or not, or even if you don’t believe you have assets, completing a customized Idaho Estate Plan is necessary for everyone. The Racine Idaho Estate Planning Attorneys will help you prepare an Idaho Estate Plan that will protect you and your family while you are alive, and will provide for your loved ones when you are gone.Enlist an Idaho Estate Planning Attorney to Help You
The diligent Idaho Estate Planning Attorneys at the Racine Law Office are here to help your family and you when you need it the most. Whether you are seeking your own customized Estate Plan or would like to help a family member, we are available to discuss your options and answer your questions at an initial consultation. Call us toll free at 877.232.6101 or 208.232.6101 for a consultation with the Racine Olson team of Estate Planning attorneys in Idaho. You can also email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will answer your Idaho Estate Planning questions and will help you solve your Idaho Estate Planning problems.