Oct.19th – Estate Planning, Elder Law and Medicaid/Nursing Home Planning Workshop

RSVP now to ensure adequate seating and REFRESHMENTS Call: 208-288-4444

Free to the public

Join attorney Ty A. Ketlinski for an informative 90-minute seminar related to estate planning, elder law, and Medicaid/nursing home planning. The seminar is interactive, and questions are encouraged. The legal topics discussed include:

  • What is estate planning?
  • What is probate court and can you avoid it?
  • What is a revocable living trust?
  • What are the advantages of a revocable living trust?
  • How do you provide for a financially irresponsible heir?
  • Incapacity planning – who will take care of your financial matters when you can’t?
  • What is a Living Will and why is it important?
  • What is Elder Law?
  • How can I avoid losing everything I own if I go to a nursing home?
  • Can I avoid losing my home if I go to a nursing home?
  • Can Medicaid help pay for my long-term care costs?
  • Can I save assets and money by planning in advance?

The seminar includes a quick break for refreshments. All seminar attendees are offered a free, private consultation appointment.

Please RSVP to ensure adequate seating and refreshments for all attendees. Seminars are conveniently located at The Village in Meridian. Call now to reserve your spot – limited seating.

About attorney Ty A. Ketlinski:

Mr. Ketlinski has been practicing law for 20 years. Mr. Ketlinski’s practice is limited to estate planning, elder law, and probate. As a lifelong resident of Ada County, Mr. Ketlinski strives to provide the community with custom tailored planning to meet every client’s individual needs.

Oct 18th – Estate Planning, Elder Law, and Medicaid/Nursing Home Planning Workshop

RSVP now to ensure adequate seating and REFRESHMENTS Call: 208-288-4444

Free to the public

Join attorney Ty A. Ketlinski for an informative 90-minute seminar related to estate planning, elder law, and Medicaid/nursing home planning. The seminar is interactive, and questions are encouraged. The legal topics discussed include:

  • What is estate planning?
  • What is probate court and can you avoid it?
  • What is a revocable living trust?
  • What are the advantages of a revocable living trust?
  • How do you provide for a financially irresponsible heir?
  • Incapacity planning – who will take care of your financial matters when you can’t?
  • What is a Living Will and why is it important?
  • What is Elder Law?
  • How can I avoid losing everything I own if I go to a nursing home?
  • Can I avoid losing my home if I go to a nursing home?
  • Can Medicaid help pay for my long-term care costs?
  • Can I save assets and money by planning in advance?

The seminar includes a quick break for refreshments. All seminar attendees are offered a free, private consultation appointment.

Please RSVP to ensure adequate seating and refreshments for all attendees. Seminars are conveniently located at The Village in Meridian. Call now to reserve your spot – limited seating.

About attorney Ty A. Ketlinski:

Mr. Ketlinski has been practicing law for 20 years. Mr. Ketlinski’s practice is limited to estate planning, elder law, and probate. As a lifelong resident of Ada County, Mr. Ketlinski strives to provide the community with custom tailored planning to meet every client’s individual needs.

Idaho Enhanced Concealed Course | Presented by Safe, Sound & Ready – Sep 30th

This class will qualify you to apply for the Idaho Enhanced Concealed Weapons Permit it will also qualify you to apply for the Oregon concealed weapons permit. ​

Currently the Idaho Enhanced permit will allow you to carry in more states then the standard permit as well as Idaho State Universities.

This class is an 8 hour class and includes range time where 100 rds will be fired.

 We will be breaking it into, 1- 6 hour classroom portion and 1-2 hour range portion.

Depending on the time of year we will be doing it in 1 or 2 days.

Part of the Classroom portion will be taught by attorney Ty A. Ketlinski of Ketlinski Law Office, PLLC.

There is a qualification score at the range, this is a pass-fail course.

Cost: $150.00 per person.
Payment must be made to reserve your spot. This class fills up fast.

You must bring your own firearm, eye protection, ear protection and 100 rounds of ammo to the range portion.

A holster, 3 magazines, or a speed loader will be helpful.

Estate Planning, Elder Law, and Medicaid/Nursing Home Planning Workshop – Sep 20th

RSVP now to ensure adequate seating and REFRESHMENTS Call: 208-288-4444

Free to the public

Join attorney Ty A. Ketlinski for an informative 90-minute seminar related to estate planning, elder law, and Medicaid/nursing home planning. The seminar is interactive, and questions are encouraged. The legal topics discussed include:

  • What is estate planning?
  • What is probate court and can you avoid it?
  • What is a revocable living trust?
  • What are the advantages of a revocable living trust?
  • How do you provide for a financially irresponsible heir?
  • Incapacity planning – who will take care of your financial matters when you can’t?
  • What is a Living Will and why is it important?
  • What is Elder Law?
  • How can I avoid losing everything I own if I go to a nursing home?
  • Can I avoid losing my home if I go to a nursing home?
  • Can Medicaid help pay for my long-term care costs?
  • Can I save assets and money by planning in advance?

The seminar includes a quick break for refreshments. All seminar attendees are offered a free, private consultation appointment.

Please RSVP to ensure adequate seating and refreshments for all attendees. Seminars are conveniently located at The Village in Meridian. Call now to reserve your spot – limited seating.

About attorney Ty A. Ketlinski:

Mr. Ketlinski has been practicing law for 20 years. Mr. Ketlinski’s practice is limited to estate planning, elder law, and probate. As a lifelong resident of Ada County, Mr. Ketlinski strives to provide the community with custom tailored planning to meet every client’s individual needs.

Estate Planning, Elder Law, and Medicaid/Nursing Home Planning Workshop – Sep 19th

RSVP now to ensure adequate seating and REFRESHMENTS Call: 208-288-4444

Free to the public

Join attorney Ty A. Ketlinski for an informative 90-minute seminar related to estate planning, elder law, and Medicaid/nursing home planning.  The seminar is interactive, and questions are encouraged.  The legal topics discussed include:

  • What is estate planning?
  • What is probate court and can you avoid it?
  • What is a revocable living trust?
  • What are the advantages of a revocable living trust?
  • How do you provide for a financially irresponsible heir?
  • Incapacity planning – who will take care of your financial matters when you can’t?
  • What is a Living Will and why is it important?
  • What is Elder Law?
  • How can I avoid losing everything I own if I go to a nursing home?
  • Can I avoid losing my home if I go to a nursing home?
  • Can Medicaid help pay for my long-term care costs?
  • Can I save assets and money by planning in advance?

The seminar includes a quick break for refreshments.  All seminar attendees are offered a free, private consultation appointment.

Please RSVP to ensure adequate seating and refreshments for all attendees.  Seminars are conveniently located at The Village in Meridian.  Call now to reserve your spot – limited seating.

About attorney Ty A. Ketlinski:

Mr. Ketlinski has been practicing law for 20 years.  Mr. Ketlinski’s practice is limited to estate planning, elder law, and probate. As a lifelong resident of Ada County, Mr. Ketlinski strives to provide the community with custom tailored planning to meet every client’s individual needs.

Estate Planning, Elder Law and Medicaid/Nursing Home Planning Workshop – August 30th

RSVP now to ensure adequate seating and REFRESHMENTS Call: 208-288-4444

Free to the public. Co-hosted by Mahoney Certified Public Accountants.

Join attorney Ty A. Ketlinski for an informative 90-minute seminar related to estate planning, elder law, and Medicaid/nursing home planning.  The seminar is interactive, and questions are encouraged.  The legal topics discussed include:

  • What is estate planning?
  • What is probate court and can you avoid it?
  • What is a revocable living trust?
  • What are the advantages of a revocable living trust?
  • How do you provide for a financially irresponsible heir?
  • Incapacity planning – who will take care of your financial matters when you can’t?
  • What is a Living Will and why is it important?
  • What is Elder Law?
  • How can I avoid losing everything I own if I go to a nursing home?
  • Can I avoid losing my home if I go to a nursing home?
  • Can Medicaid help pay for my long-term care costs?
  • Can I save assets and money by planning in advance?

The seminar includes a quick break for refreshments.  All seminar attendees are offered a free, private consultation appointment.

This is a special evening seminar and will be held at the River Valley Executive Suites, in the Hawkes Financial Building.

 

About attorney Ty A. Ketlinski:

Mr. Ketlinski has been practicing law for 20 years.  Mr. Ketlinski’s practice is limited to estate planning, elder law, and probate. As a lifelong resident of Ada County, Mr. Ketlinski strives to provide the community with custom tailored planning to meet every client’s individual needs.

Idaho Enhanced Concealed Course | Presented by Safe, Sound & Ready – Aug 19th

This class will qualify you to apply for the Idaho Enhanced Concealed Weapons Permit it will also qualify you to apply for the Oregon concealed weapons permit. ​

Currently the Idaho Enhanced permit will allow you to carry in more states then the standard permit as well as Idaho State Universities.

This class is an 8 hour class and includes range time where 100 rds will be fired.

 We will be breaking it into, 1- 6 hour classroom portion and 1-2 hour range portion.

Depending on the time of year we will be doing it in 1 or 2 days.

Part of the Classroom portion will be taught by attorney Ty A. Ketlinski of Ketlinski Law Office, PLLC.

There is a qualification score at the range, this is a pass-fail course.

Cost: $150.00 per person.
Payment must be made to reserve your spot. This class fills up fast.

You must bring your own firearm, eye protection, ear protection and 100 rounds of ammo to the range portion.

A holster, 3 magazines, or a speed loader will be helpful.

Top Three Reasons You May Want to Create a Trust and Avoid Probate

There are a lot of good reasons to set up a trust as part of your estate plan: providing for a special needs child, more control and flexibility in distributing your assets upon your death, greater control over incapacity planning, and estate tax avoidance.

But there is another great reason to create a trust:  to avoid probate court.

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