1. Remote Conferencing Available

    To all my Clients, I have been following the developments surrounding the COVID-19 situation in the US and in Idaho specifically. At this time, I am taking new client appointments and I am still scheduling annual review meetings at my office. If you have concerns about coming to the office or if th…Read More

  2. Why Preparing Your Will Doesn’t Have To Be Morbid

    Making A Will - Why Preparing Your Will Doesn’t Have To Be Morbid | Capital City Law Preparing for the end of your life may seem like a depressing thing, but it doesn’t have to be. It can actually bring your family and loved ones together, and be a positive experience. This blog details how to m…Read More

  3. How To Choose The Right Estate Planning Attorney

    In choosing an estate planning attorney, you want to be extremely thorough. This is someone who will be handling the ownership of your personal belongings for the remainder of your life and beyond, so it is incredibly important to hire someone you trust to take care of you. Steve Rausch, of Capital …Read More

  4. 7 Common Myths About Estate Planning

    Estate planning seems easy and simple enough, but it can actually be a fairly complex process. The biggest reason for the process being complicated is that there are so many misconceptions surrounding how to plan your estate properly. At Capital City Law, we work with you every step of the way to de…Read More

  5. 6 Things To Ask Your Estate Planning Attorney

    Preparing for your passing, as well as addressing your mortality is not always easy. It can be daunting, with a lot of questions. However, if you have the right estate planning attorney, the process will be smooth, affordable, and your assets will go to the right place. The questions you ask your es…Read More

  6. Last Will Vs. Trust: Which Do You Need?

    Last wills and trusts are totally different. What you need depends solely on your circumstances, as well as personal preferences. But what exactly are the differences between last wills and trusts, and in the estate planning process, how do you decide which is right for you? What’s a Last Will? A …Read More