The funny thing about death, and how a California living trust can help

Attorney Paul Denni

Attorney Paul Denni

Death is kinda funny in a way.

And I don't mean you LOL when grandma kicks the bucket.

You're talking to a family man with many who depend on him - if I bit the dust prematurely, it'd be hard to find much humor in it (although I'm sure there's a comedian or two out there who could take a good crack at it).

But death has a way of calling a bluff like nobody's business.

All these worries, all these anxieties. 



It's a great exercise to think like this every once in a while, when problems seem overwhelming, when all the little nit picky stuff in life is tormenting you like rabid mosquitoes, when fears are mountains of doom laid out before thee.

When death is our ultimate fate, what have we to fear?

Might as well get out of bed and give it a shot.

And, as is often the case, when you face your fears head on - give them a good gander straight in the mug - what once seemed like a formidable enemy usually doesn't hold up beneath the eyes of courageous scrutiny. 

It's just, life, man.

And it's often the case, in my humble experience, that when you don't take life too seriously, it's a whole lot easier to manage.

But staying lighthearted doesn't mean you don't take care of your business.

Because even though one day you will die and, depending on your world view, will either cease to exist completely and experience nothing, or go on to enjoy endless happiness in the afterlife, you will still leave behind your loved ones, bumbling around on this magnificently annoying Earth.

And you don't want to leave them to clean up any mess you left behind because you were too busy or distracted or worried or fearful to just, take a few simple steps to get your affairs in order.

That's what I help my clients do through estate planning: take a few simple steps to leave their affairs in order so they can pass on into the land of milk and honey in peace.

In the meantime, while you're playing backgammon with the Archangel Michael, your family will still be down here on Earth, duking it out with the plights and pains of this world.

But you can help them - and it's incredibly easy and affordable to do so. 

In fact, you can't really afford not to do it.

The heart of any estate plan is your living trust. 

Once you order your living trust by following the link below, my staff and I will guide you step by step through the process to get this item completed and off your checklist once and for all.

Here's the link: 

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