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Senior Matters Radio

Senior Matters Radio is a weekly show dedicated to showcasing experts in the fields that matter most to today's seniors. From insurance to financial planning, long term care to retirement, you'll get useful, actionable advice from leaders in their respective fields. Hosted by Mark Wight of Idaho Estate Planning, a member of the Idaho State Bar, the Taxation, Probate & Trust Law Section of the Idaho Bar, Wealth Counsel, and Elder Counsel. He is also a Certified Academy Attorney with the Academy of VA Pension Planners and an accredited attorney with the Veterans Administration. Mark has co-authored several manuals for attorneys in the areas of Probate Administration, Estate and Estate Tax Planning, and Asset Protection.
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Now displaying: April, 2018
Apr 28, 2018

Love can make things complicated when choosing someone to fill a fiduciary role in your estate planning needs. On this episode, Attorney Mark Wight shares criteria to consider when deciding on the best person to manage your assets.

Apr 21, 2018

If you already have a trust in place for your loved ones, congratulations, you are off to a good start! On this episode, Attorney Mark Wight will coach you through methods to keep your estate plan updated so you can seamlessly pass your assets from one generation to the next.

Apr 17, 2018

Deciding who you want to serve as your trustee is a matter that should be carefully considered. The myriad of responsibilities designated to trustees is not as simple as it may seem. Attorney Mark Wight explains how training a trustworthy custodian of your assets will ease the transition for your loved ones should you become incapacitated or in your passing.

Apr 7, 2018

A house is a substantial investment for many people, and it is only natural to have concerns about protecting this asset. On this episode, Attorney Mark Wight shares how you can protect and preserve the value of your home through long-term care planning.

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