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More Than Just Your Money: Leaving A Real Legacy

After you are gone, your loved ones will miss you deeply. They will long for your words of counsel and concern. Hearing your voice again would be a tremendous gift. Through our unique legacy process, you can give your loved ones the most precious gift - a lasting expression of your love. What could be more valuable?


At Cruz Law, Blyss Cruz believes that estate planning is not simply about transferring your financial assets and personal belongings. It’s also about capturing and transferring your valuable intangible gifts: who you are and what's important to you – your values, insights, stories, and experience.

At Cruz Law, Blyss makes it part of every plan to help each client capture and pass on more than just their money: their intellectual, spiritual, and human assets; who they are; and what’s most important to them. 


For more information about how Blyss can help you pass on your most valuable assets – your values, insights, stories, and experience – to your loved ones, or about the resources for leaving your family with a true legacy, please contact Cruz Law by clicking here.

What  Would it be Worth?

Can you picture someone who’s passed away, someone you love and miss deeply?  Can you recall a conversation you had with them? Can you remember the sound of their voice and what they told you? What if you could hear their voice again?


What if they could speak to you – heart to heart – and share their wisdom and advice? What would it be worth to you to hear their words one more time?

What is it worth to you to know that they’ll always know exactly how much you love them? It’s worth a lot to Blyss, and she is honored to be able to provide you and your family with this gift.

If Only . . .

Recently, my dad passed away unexpectedly. I didn't realize that the last time I spoke to him would be the last time - forever. Thankfully, he had left me a short voicemail on my cell phone about a year ago and I had never deleted it. Now I cherish that 15-second message more than anything. 

But I wish I had a recording of my dad telling me what he loved about me, what his hopes were for me, what life lessons were most important to him that I learn, what values he most wanted me to adopt, or even just saying my nickname that he had always called me.

If I can help just one family avoid this heartbreak, I will know I've used my law degree in the right way.

Blyss Cruz

Family Business Lawyer®

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