You are walking through a crowded public place -a shopping mall let’s say. At that moment on that random day, anything could be going on in your life – let’s say you are running errands during your lunch break, have recently closed escrow on a new home, and have dinner with the in-laws that evening. The point is you are minding your own business and living your life.
Suddenly, completely unexpected and interrupting your life, organized chaos breaks out in front of you. A large number of people, who appeared to be ordinary pedestrians with ordinary daily concerns, synchronize and start performing a bizarre act in unison – I don’t know, let’s say they all start playing Kazoos to the tune of Eddie Murphy’s “Party all the time,” while each tossing out handfuls of bouncy balls on to the ground.
In other words, you have experienced a flash mob. A flash mob is one of those occurrences that you have never actually witnessed, but you have seen proof of flash mobs on TV or may even know people who have experienced a flash mob. You never expect them to happen to you, but you know they occur in everyday life. And although you never expect to run across a flash mob in your life, one day, unexpectedly and unplanned, it could happen.
That is why I always carry pepper spray, to protect me from a sudden encounter with a group of unruly flash mobsters. Metaphorically speaking, a flash mob is comparable death, and a can of pepper spray is a lot like an estate plan. No one ever expects to face death. It could happen at any moment of any day. No matter what is going on in your life at that moment, death can interrupt it. Although a person never expects to die so suddenly, especially when there are so many other things on one’s “To-Do” list, it is best to be prepared with an adequate estate plan to assure asset protection. Contact a qualified estate attorney to create an estate plan right for your needs and receive a lifetime supply of estate pepper spray to assure your assets are protected.
For more information on successful Florida estate planning and probate, please contact the South Florida law firm of Wild Felice & Pardo, P.A. at 954-944-2855 or via email at [email protected] to schedule your free consultation.
It’s a Wild world. Are you protected?