Last, but certainly not least, another important lesson to be taken away is that there is no promise for someday. Someday may never come. You just don’t know, because life is so uncertain. It’s one of the reasons why many of us got into the area of estate planning. Estate planning helps people put a plan in action for the “what ifs” in life, so that you can have that peace of mind should something unexpectedly happen to you (or your loved ones).

That being said, we implore each and every one of you reading this to consider either getting your estate plan put in place (or making sure that you have your current plan reviewed to ensure that it’s up-to-date and everything is in order). If you are in the greater Southern California area and have any friends, family members, coworkers, neighbors or other people you may know that could also benefit from our services, we would love to have you at one of our upcoming seminars to begin that process.

In conclusion, there is a lot of different kinds of emotions and feelings that can come up when such an unexpected and sudden tragedy occurs. It’s okay to have these feelings. The important step here is to take away the potential good that can be taken from it and carry it out in your life every single day. Seeing the kind of hard worker that Kobe was, we’d like to believe what he’d want all of us. It’s a true testament to the legacy that he has left us with.

Philip J. Kavesh
Nationally recognized attorney helping clients with customized estate planning guidance for over 40 years.
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