Leave a legacy by creating a trust
You work so hard for your family.
Idahoans are special people. We know what it means to work hard, and after a lifetime earning a living, it only makes sense that you and your family can enjoy the fruits of your labor.
Unfortunately, things don’t always work the way we intend. Aging can bring a host of unanticipated medical and financial problems that can eat away at your legacy for your children and your family. Programs like Medicaid and Medicare exist as a safety net, but they can drain your assets dry.
But don’t worry: we’re here to help.
How can I protect what’s mine?
Trusts are the best way to safeguard what you’ve created. There are many different ways to set up a trust, but the basic idea is simple. By creating a trust and moving your assets into it, you can rest assured that what you’ve worked so hard to create will benefit those you intend.
How do I choose a trust?
Trust law, however, is not a “do it yourself” field. There are dozens of different types of trust for a wide variety of situations, and countless ways to order your assets, assign beneficiaries, and plan for the unexpected.
Irrevocable trusts are one way to protect assets and plan for potential future medical issues by assigning control to trustees. Others might prefer the benefits of revocable living trusts or a variety of others for specific situations or scenarios. Even within these categories, one revocable or irrevocable trust might look completely different for one family compared to another. They are as varied as the needs of their beneficiaries.
Because of this, the most important thing you can do is speak with attorneys you trust to get the answers you need—attorneys with the experience and the wisdom to help you make the right choice for you and your family.
Post Falls Estate Planning and Probate has the answers. We offer free, personalized consultations to help you understand your options and make the best decision for your legacy.
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Post Falls, ID 83854