If you live in California, you have more than likely heard the tragic story of the 33 people that recently lost their lives over Labor Day weekend in a boat fire off the coast of Santa Cruz Island. Labor Day should be a time of celebration, relaxation, and family, not a time of mourning such a tragic loss of life. My deepest condolences go out to the families of those affected, and although this news was so deeply upsetting, it reminded me of a very simple and important truth. Life can sometimes be unpredictably tragic, and while we cannot always defend ourselves against unforeseen tragedy, we can prepare a plan to care for our loved ones in the event that something happens to us.

While the news of this fire and the staggering loss of life was extremely sad, it also served as a stark reminder of why I do what I do. I have dedicated my career to helping families who have lost loved ones and to helping people prepare for life’s unexpected tragedies. It is important to have a legal plan in place to determine how your loved ones will be cared for in the event of an unexpected tragedy. Whether you need to create a will and trust or make sure that funeral costs do not burden your family in the event of tragedy, I will dedicate myself to making sure that you and your loved ones are taken care of. Contact me today to find out how I can help you guard against life’s unforeseen tragedies, and together we will build a brighter future for you and those you love.