Probate & Estate Planning

Estate Planning

Estate Planning is one of the most important steps a person can take in ensuring their final wishes are honored and that loved ones are provided for after they are gone.

Estate Planning includes making arrangements for your financial affairs, such as bank accounts, stock accounts, life insurance policies, and real estate. Estate Planning may also include planning guardianship for minor children.

Wills, Power of Attorney, and Trusts are the most common components of a good Estate Plan.

Jonathan Harris, an experienced attorney, can help you create a comprehensive plan that meets your needs and will meet the needs of your loved ones after you are gone. Call below to schedule a consultation.

Need a Probate Attorney?

Probate is the process by which a will is administered after a loved one dies. If there is no will, probate is necessary to transfer assets to legal heirs. Probate is intended to help you transfer, in an orderly manner, the property of a deceased loved one or relative to those persons entitled to inherit.

In most cases, probate is uncontested. But, an attorney is important to help you navigate the legal system and avoid problems. At the most basic levels, the probate process involves two steps including paying debts owed and transferring assets to beneficiaries and/or heirs.

Attorney Jonathan Harris will handle your case, lifting your burden as you navigate other responsibilities after your loved one passes.

Worked with them to resolve issues with a client and they resolved the issue and helped me get it done in a very orderly and quick fashion. Very friendly and helpful!

Evan Bassett

They have been so good to me. I could not say anything bad if I wanted to. Use them you will be happy.


Call Today For A Consultation!

Attorney Jonathan Harris has over 20 years experience serving Blackfoot, ID and surrounding locations. His legal work varies from Estate Planning, Probate to Workman’s Compensation and Personal Injury. Jonathan will help you with your case, call today.


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