It was quite surprising to learn of Whitney Houston’s unexpected death this weekend after attending a pre-Grammy party. It just goes to show that even the Queen of Pop is not immortal. With Valentine’s Day nearing tomorrow, we are all reminded about just how important it is to show that special person in our lives just how much we love them.

But what exactly is love? The more seasoned lovebirds will tell you that love is not a feeling; love is the things that we do.  You are probably thinking what you can do to make Valentine’s day memorable for your significant other. Are you thinking about buying your wife that bouquet of roses with her favorite box of chocolates just like every year? Or maybe this time around, you are considering getting her a pair of diamond earrings that would look absolutely ravishing on her ears. After all, diamonds are forever, right?

A suggestion for something a little more creative.  With this special gift, you won’t have to spend endless hours at the jewelry store.  It’s called South Florida estate planning. There is no better way to show her that you care and will love her forever than getting your estate plan in order. By doing this, you are essentially saying, “I want to make sure you are well taken care of and protected…. physically, financially and emotionally, no matter what happens in life. With this ultimate gift, I want to protect you today, tomorrow, and long after I am gone.” If that doesn’t express true and endless love, I don’t know what will.

Whitney Houston will live forever through her songs. You will live forever through your South Florida estate plan. Making a gift of this kind to express your love literally lasts longer than any shiny stone.

Call your South Florida experienced and highly qualified estate planning attorney today to guide you through the entire process to make sure your significant other is well-taken care of.

For more information on successful Florida estate planning and probate techniques, please contact the South Florida law firm of Wild Felice & Partners, P.A. at 954-944-2855 or via email at to schedule your free consultation.

It’s a Wild world.  Are you protected?