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At Moses Estate Planning, we are driven by addressing the needs and protecting the interests of our clients. We will get to know you and your family's goals so we can better serve you.


Estate planning can sometimes feel overwhelming. Our attorney will make it as easy as possible for you and your family with personalized guidance throughout the process. Let us lead the way.


When planning for your future, you need to feel comfortable. We offer as many consultations as you need so that we can find a solution that is right for you and your family.

Estate Planning and Wills & Trusts Attorney
Serving Coeur d'Alene, Idaho


Travor Moses

Attorney at Law

Travor Moses earned his Masters of Law from the University of Miami School of Law, where his emphasis was in estate planning. From there, he opened his own practice to focus on creating trusts and wills to help families avoid probate and protect their assets. He is passionate about estate planning and making sure that your wishes are met. Travor offers his services in both Idaho and California. Discover how he can help you preserve your legacy.
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Create a Plan for Your Loved Ones


The most basic way to handle your estate is by creating a will. This legally binding document is a way to inform your loved ones how to distribute your assets and how to handle your estate after you have passed. There are many benefits to having a will, like controlling your healthcare choices and choosing a suitable guardian for a minor in your care. To create a will, contact us in either Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, or Los Angeles, California.


A trust is similar to a will in that you are able to allocate assets and instruct your family on your final wishes after your passing. However, there are more benefits a trust has that a will does not. With a trust, you may be able to avoid probate entirely, which will save time and money after your passing. If you are looking to create a comprehensive trust, reach out to us at Moses Estate Planning. We're ready to help you set your loved ones up for success.


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Estate Planning Checklist

Estate planning can be defined as the legal process through which you decide how your finances and other assets will be handled after you pass.

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Understanding Pour-Over Wills

Estate planning is a complex process that helps accomplish many goals, including preparing for your future and ensuring that your loved ones are taken care of in the event of your death. A pour-over will could be a great addition to your estate plan. However, many people do not understand what a pour-over will is.

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Differences Between Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts

Even if you know you need an estate plan in place, it’s often hard to know exactly what documents you’ll need and how to set them up to ensure your loved ones are taken care of after you pass away. Most people begin estate planning by writing a simple will, and while this is a great first step, it often won’t give you the protections and flexibility that a trust can.

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Serving Clients in
Idaho & California

Handling your estate can be a tough task. Our attorney at Moses Estate Planning wants you and your family to create a plan that you all have control over and can trust to satisfy all of your needs. Our will and trust preparation can open the door up to many benefits like asset protection and probate avoidance. We also assist families who are going through the complex process of probate in the state of Idaho.

It is never too early to handle your estate. If your family is specifically vulnerable to liability, whether it be due to finances, health, or employment, we want to make sure that your estate is protected. Reach out to us in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, when you need assistance in Kootenai County, Benewah County, Shoshone County, Bonner County, or Latah County. We also have an office in Los Angeles, California.