Matthew Croft, director of Visiting Angels Living Assistance Services, joins us to discuss telltale signs that it might be time to consider in-home care for your loved one. Catching these red flags at their early stages could help you both take a proactive approach and initiate a plan that will ensure they maintain their independence.
If you tuned into last week's episode, you're already up to speed on Attorney Mark Wight's list of "The 5 Biggest Mistakes People Make in Estate Planning." This week, he dives deep into the second most common oversight named on this list, forgetting to conduct annual maintenance on an estate plan. Mark shares how setting up a maintenance program keeps your plan current and saves you and your loved ones a lot of trouble in the long run.
There’s no shortage of ways in which people can stumble when it comes to creating an estate plan. In this episode, Attorney Mark Wight of Idaho Estate Planning shares five common mistakes you don't want to make during this process. And, you'll never guess the #1 oversight named on this list!
Initiating conversations with your parents about plans for their estate will minimize the stress of getting their affairs in order once a major life event occurs. Attorney Mark Wight, of Idaho Estate Planning, concludes his two-part series on strategic ways for families to have an open dialogue about what to do when life happens. This week, Mark offers advice to children on navigating ways to approach parents about their estate planning needs.