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living trust lawyer palos verdesI had my son, Nathaniel, when I was 27. I wanted a big family, since I only had one sibling, but despite many attempts, I was unable to have more kids. Having my son, I immediately felt a sense of obligation to be responsible, to work hard and to provide for my family. I was constantly thinking in terms of how to provide for my son and also ensuring that I was in a position that if something happened to his father that I was capable of taking care of him. Perhaps that came from my exposure to these issues at an estate planning law firm.  But becoming a mother changed my life in terms of now always having someone I was worrying about.  It created a natural maternal instinct in me to protect and provide for him.  Also, while he was growing up, it certainly impacted my spare time.  All of my spare time was for him, whether it was running around for his traveling hockey team and all of his games and practices, or school or whatever else was going on with him.  Now that he's grown up, I have a lot more spare time and we get to spend time together, enjoying one another's company. We even try to get together every month for game night and I'll invite some of my other "kids" (aka members of my KMO family).  My son and I have made a tradition of going on vacation every spring or summer each year and I hope that this is a tradition that we will keep going with my son and his future family.


Former Executive Assistant to Philip Kavesh & Now Practice Success Coach for Attorneys Following Phil's Model

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Mother's Day is always a special holiday for me, because I have had such powerful women in my life who all had special roles for me. My mother was a single mother since I was 18 months old and I am so grateful for the life she provided for me. She has always been someone I could count on to be there for me and to also be my biggest fan!  My grandmother was also a big part of my life and even stepped in when my Mom moved up to Northern California when I went off to college.  My Auntie Carol, my dad's twin sister, was also such a special person in my life, who always took the time to offer words of encouragement and to be a loving mentor to me. Lastly, Arlyn Villanueva (Director of Operations for KMO) has also been a big part of my life. She was like a big sister to me. She took me under her wing for the past 20 years. 

I am so grateful for all of these amazing women in my life for all of the love and support you've extended to me!

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