Wills in Rexburg and Idaho Falls, ID


Advanced estate planning is more than a set of estate documents. It is more than the long-term preservation of property. Estate planning preserves and even strengthens family relationships. It begins with a discussion of what matters most to you. Our estate planning process includes a discussion of critical questions you may not have even known to ask. Once you can make informed decisions, we work closely with you and your other professional advisors to ensure your wishes can be achieved.

Medicaid Planning

At Wright Law Offices, we have a team of experienced professionals who specialize in Medicaid planning. Our experienced attorneys and financial advisors have the knowledge and experience to help you navigate the complex Medicaid rules and regulations. We will work with you to create a plan that is tailored to your individual needs and goals to ensure that you get the best possible outcome.

Protect Your Assets

With our expert Medicaid planning counsel, you can protect your assets while still qualifying for Medicaid. We will help you identify and utilize the exceptions and rules available in the system to ensure that your assets are preserved to the extent possible. We will also help you uncover and implement beneficial strategies that you may have otherwise missed.

Quicker Eligibility

Our team of experienced professionals will work with you to ensure that you obtain Medicaid eligibility as quickly as possible. We will help you create a plan that is tailored to your individual needs and goals, and take the necessary steps to secure Medicaid eligibility. With our guidance and expertise, you can rest assured that you will receive the professional assistance you need to expedite your eligibility.

Long-Term Care Planning

When it comes to long-term care planning, working with a professional offers a number of clear benefits. First and foremost, having an experienced advisor on your side can help you navigate the complex and constantly changing rules and regulations associated with Medicaid. This can ensure that you have access to all the available options and are taking advantage of every opportunity to preserve your assets while still obtaining the necessary level of long-term care. Professional advisors also come equipped with deep knowledge of local laws, which increases your chances of success in obtaining eligibility quickly and accurately. Additionally, they can provide expert advice on how best to structure your estate plan in order to maximize the benefits available through Medicaid.

A knowledgeable professional advisor can also be invaluable when it comes to preparing for changes such as moving out of state or when there is an increase or decrease in family financial resources. They will be able to provide guidance on how best to handle those circumstances without compromising eligibility for Medicaid long-term care assistance. Additionally, a qualified advisor will be up-to-date on all current changes in the law so that you don’t miss any important opportunities or make any errors that could cost you money down the line.


Finally, a professional advisor may be able to identify unique strategies and approaches not commonly known among individuals attempting to go it alone. Furthermore, they can use their expertise and experience to analyze individual circumstances like asset ownership structure and past transactions in order to determine which steps are appropriate under those specific conditions. In addition, they can explain why certain actions might be beneficial so that clients better understand their options going forward.


Overall, working with a knowledgeable professional counselor or attorney who specializes in Medicaid long-term care planning is an excellent way of ensuring that your finances are secure while at the same time providing yourself or loved ones with quality care in times of need. With the proper help from an experienced specialist, families will likely feel much more confident about securing their financial future while still receiving all the necessary assistance old age demands.