“Service is the rent we pay for being. It is the very purpose of life, and not something you do in your spare time.”

Marian Wright Edelman Attorney, Activist, and Founder of the Children’s Defense Fund

Tricia Daigle, J.D., M.A

I tell each of my clients that estate planning is not only what one does for their own peace of mind, but also – if not more importantly – for those we leave behind.

Proper estate planning ensures your wishes are respected, your family is taken care of, and the legacy you’ve built is handled properly and with respect. I am committed to helping you and your family plan for the future in order to help you enjoy and prosper now.

Tricia Daigle, J.D., M.A

I am a proud Idahoan. After completing my bachelor's degree in political science and international relations, I left the Treasure Valley to pursue a graduate degree and earned an M.A. in classical studies at St. John's College in Annapolis, Maryland.

After graduate school, I was a founding member and faculty member of a charter high school dedicated to the study of technology and the classics. Another opportunity arose and I became an international baccalaureate faculty member at a college preparatory day school.

Afterwards, I spent nearly a decade traveling, working, and living overseas. I taught at universities in India and Eastern Europe. I then started my own business – an international trading cooperative – made up of manufacturers and markets in Central and Eastern Europe, the U.S., and Asia.

After my traveling adventures, I returned to Idaho to attend law school. During that time, I worked at the prosecuting attorney’s office in my hometown. I was a member of the Idaho Trial Lawyers Association Street Law Clinic – a pro bono legal aid resource for people in the Treasure Valley. And I graduated from the University of Idaho College of Law with distinction for my pro bono work.

During law school I continued to teach at the university level and am a former chair of the College of Humanities and Sciences.

To have meaningful work is a blessing, and I have been truly fortunate in life. To be an advocate and a resource for others is an honor and a privilege. Elder and veteran advocacy, in particular, mean a great deal to me. I approach this area of practice in dealing with the whole family as a unit.I have first-hand experience in navigating through estate planning, end-of-life care, and the implications that has on the family as a whole. I have dedicated myself to help others who find themselves facing the same struggles. My goal is to be a resource for those dealing with some of life’s biggest decisions.

Bar Admissions

Idaho Supreme Court

U.S. District and Bankruptcy Courts for the District of Idaho

Community Associations

Idaho Military Legal Alliance – Veterans Volunteer and ‘Service Before Self’ award winner

11th Hour Hospice volunteer

Alzheimer’s Association Elder Law Advocate – helping the elderly and their families navigate the legal system and issues surrounding end-of-life care

Women’s and Children’s Alliance volunteer


B.S. Political Science, Boise State University

M.A. Classical Studies, St. John’s College

J.D. University of Idaho, College of Law

Legal Associations Phi Alpha Delta, law fraternity

Idaho State Bar’s Taxation, Probate, and Trust Section

Idaho Women Lawyers

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