Idaho Wills and Trusts Online
Work with attorney Alexandria Kincaid to protect your loved ones and your legacy without leaving your home.
Idaho Wills & Trusts Law provides a web-based law firm that allows you to consult with your attorney at your convenience, without getting dressed up, battling traffic or trying to squeeze in a meeting during traditional office hours.
To request an introductory conference, simply send me a note by clicking below. I’ll get back to you as soon as possible so we can begin protecting your family’s future.
I’m not just a lawyer. I have a blended family with a beautiful step-daughter. I own pets and farm animals; and I am a rancher; I have planned to leave part of my estate to charity while also caring for my loved ones. I understand how complicated creating a plan that will address everything can seem, and that many people do not plan at all, simply because the process can be overwhelming. I’m here to help.
As for my qualifications, I began my legal career as a prosecutor, and was elected the first woman District Attorney in my Oregon county. During my time of service as a prosecutor, I prosecuted many elder abuse cases, which helped me clearly see how I could help seniors avoid abuse and neglect through proper planning.
In my private practice, I have prepared thousands of trust plans for my clients. Altogether, I have over 20 years of experience as a successful trial attorney and strategic planner.
My law firm, Alex Kincaid Law, was voted the Best Law Firm in the Treasure Valley for 2019 and the best law firm in Idaho for 2020. I do what I can to help people understand the law through public speaking, radio, and television.
I have also authored two books. My book about estate planning, “Plan Now & Save Your Ass(ets) Later!” was written in plain English and is illustrated with true stories from the cases I have worked on and the families I have helped over the last 20 years.
From the Blog…
Understanding the Importance and Implications of Guardianships and Conservatorships
Often in estate planning, attorneys present the idea of guardianship and/or conservatorship as a bad thing - something to be avoided. In a perfect world, we could move through our lives from cradle to grave without such things as guardianships and conservatorships....
Why You Should Speak with Your Loved Ones about Estate Planning over the Holidays
Do you know what kind of estate plan your parents have, if any? And conversely, do your kids know what your wishes are in the event of your death or incapacity? Beginning a conversation with your elderly parents or with your children about planning to prepare for...