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Explore Our Spring Issue

Spring is in the air.

Flowers are blooming and birds are chirping. I don’t know about you, but I am ready to enjoy the wonderful Vegas spring weather. Whether it’s dining outdoors in a newly renovated backyard where you can try out some delicious new recipes. Or traverse the oh-so-many fabulous eateries Vegas has to offer. Spring is the best time to see what Vegas has to offer.

But if you are longing for a quick change of scenery and the sea air is calling your name. Why not explore the pacific northwest and Seattle. A quick weekend getaway is sure to recharge your batteries.

A Stroll Around Town - Seattle, Washington

The Pacific Northwest is known for its unadulterated natural beauty and excellent coffee, from picturesque waterfronts to mountains beyond the city. And Seattle, as a hub of the PNW, is a perfect gateway to the area. So, of course, Seattle feels simultaneously like a buzzing city and an outdoor lover’s paradise. Lined by the Puget Sound, Lake Union, and Lake Washington, it’s also home to some of the best seafood in the country, which is why its food scene is so revered. Beyond the terrific restaurants, Seattle is known for its long and storied music history — it’s the land of Jimi Hendrix, The Postal Service, Nirvana, Macklemore, Foo Fighters, and Pearl Jam, among others. And of course, you can’t forget about the gorgeous locations you simply have to see. You’ll spend your days taking the monorail between sites like Pike Place Market, Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle Aquarium, and the Space Needle. From strolling Pike Place Market at lunch to curling up with a book at a local coffee shop on a rainy afternoon to hitting the music clubs in Belltown, you’ll spend a few days in Seattle and quickly find you’ll never want to leave.

Time is Fleeting – Make a Plan for You and Your Family – Gordon Law

I’ll wait…I have time…I’m not ready…I have nothing to worry about. When it comes to Estate Planning, I have heard all of these things. The truth is nobody wants to talk about what happens to one’s family or business (sometimes they are the same thing) when you are gone. However, as Winston Churchill is famous for saying, “Failing to prepare is preparing to fail.”

Your family, your business, your employees (and their families) rely upon you. Making sure that you have protected all that you have built and those for whom you care may be one of the most important things that you do. Often when I talk to clients about estate planning, it is a scary topic and clients do not even know where to start.

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