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  • Idaho law group is usually necessary if the deceased person (the “decedent”) owned real estate or other assets, in their own name, at the time of death. Transferring assets into a “Trust” avoids probate.
  • The decedent’s real and personal property are called the “estate” of the decedent. Probate is the process of resolving the affairs of the decedent by paying debts of the estate and then distributing the remainder as the Court directs. 
  • Probate is usually required if the estate includes real property (land, a house, mineral rights, etc.) of any value, or the estate has personal property worth more than the “small estate” statutory dollar amount. 
  • When probate is legally required, it is best to have it done as soon after the death as possible. A trust designed by Idaho Law Group can help avoid probate altogether.

How Does Idaho Group Solves Your Problems?

Third-party Special Needs Trusts are commonly used by persons who do pre-planning for a loved with special needs. Typically, the parents of a child with disabilities or special needs will be the persons who establish a third-party SNT, although a grandparent, a sibling, or any other person (other than the beneficiary) may establish a third-party Special Needs Trust.


A Special Needs Trust may be designed to provide benefits to a disabled person during life or as a beneficiary at death.


A third-party Special Needs Trust has fewer restrictions than a first-party special needs trust. A third-party Trust can name successor beneficiaries you choose.


Idaho Law Group can help you design a Special Needs Trust that supports your goals while maintaining the maximum amount of flexibility allowed under law.

  • Informal probate is the process of asking the Court to appoint a Personal Representative for a decedent’s estate without a hearing. This process is usually used when there is no dispute among heirs about who should be appointed the Personal Representative and how the estate should be distributed.
  • If there is no Will, or if the existing Will does not provide for informal administration, it is still possible for the Personal Representative to ask the court for authority to act as an informal Personal Representative.
  • Informal probate is the process of asking the Court to appoint a Personal Representative for a decedent’s estate without a hearing. This process is usually used when there is no dispute among heirs about who should be appointed the Personal Representative and how the estate should be distributed.
  • If there is no Will, or if the existing Will does not provide for informal administration, it is still possible for the Personal Representative to ask the court for authority to act as an informal Personal Representative.
  • Informal probate is the process of asking the Court to appoint a Personal Representative for a decedent’s estate without a hearing. This process is usually used when there is no dispute among heirs about who should be appointed the Personal Representative and how the estate should be distributed.
  • If there is no Will, or if the existing Will does not provide for informal administration, it is still possible for the Personal Representative to ask the court for authority to act as an informal Personal Representative.
  • Informal probate is the process of asking the Court to appoint a Personal Representative for a decedent’s estate without a hearing. This process is usually used when there is no dispute among heirs about who should be appointed the Personal Representative and how the estate should be distributed.
  • If there is no Will, or if the existing Will does not provide for informal administration, it is still possible for the Personal Representative to ask the court for authority to act as an informal Personal Representative.

Our hardworking attorneys, making your life easy

Rick Tuha

Attorney at Law

Elder Law covers a broad spectrum of legal issues commonly faced by people as they move into the later stages of life.  At Idaho Law Group, we focus our Elder Law planning primarily on Long Term Care Planning.  We know that many of our aging clients have spent their entire lives building something to help the next generation have more opportunities for success.  However, as we age, the expense of Long Term Care is a looming threat to all we have built.

Hala Afu

Attorney at Law

Elder Law covers a broad spectrum of legal issues commonly faced by people as they move into the later stages of life.  At Idaho Law Group, we focus our Elder Law planning primarily on Long Term Care Planning.  We know that many of our aging clients have spent their entire lives building something to help the next generation have more opportunities for success.  However, as we age, the expense of Long Term Care is a looming threat to all we have built.

Anali Myers

Client Services Coordinator
Case Manager

Elder Law covers a broad spectrum of legal issues commonly faced by people as they move into the later stages of life.  At Idaho Law Group, we focus our Elder Law planning primarily on Long Term Care Planning.  We know that many of our aging clients have spent their entire lives building something to help the next generation have more opportunities for success.  However, as we age, the expense of Long Term Care is a looming threat to all we have built.

Michel Angel

Funding Coordinator

Elder Law covers a broad spectrum of legal issues commonly faced by people as they move into the later stages of life.  At Idaho Law Group, we focus our Elder Law planning primarily on Long Term Care Planning.  We know that many of our aging clients have spent their entire lives building something to help the next generation have more opportunities for success.  However, as we age, the expense of Long Term Care is a looming threat to all we have built.

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