Peace of mind for you and your family


Your peace of mind

You have been working hard all these years to give your children the best that you can afford – good education, a comfortable home, extra-curricular activities to develop their social lives. You drive them to dance classes, gym sessions, summer art workshops, and proms so they can create good memories and enjoy these wonderful experiences.

You save funds to take them on trips, understanding that there is no substitute for the educational benefits of traveling, enjoying different cultures and simply getting to know different people.

You invest in real estate – a condominium unit, a house and lot, a car, thinking that someday, when your children are old enough, you would pass these on to them. You want to be as fair to each child as possible, so you invest in enough properties to give them just about equal shares.

You sometimes think, what will happen to them if you get sick and cannot earn the same way as before, or if the Lord takes you home sooner than later. How will they cope, especially the younger ones who have not yet finished school and are not yet equipped to earn their own income?

You remember the days when they got sick, and you had to juggle between work and being with them in the hospital, grateful to friends and relatives who volunteered to help out.

In your quiet moments, you ask what can you do so that you can you  enjoy peace of mind without worrying what will happen to your children, your relationships, your finances and properties. At the right time, you’d also like to give gifts and donations to certain people and charitable organizations out of the properties and funds that you would be gaining through the years.

There are legal steps you can take to help make your relationships, finances and properties secure so you can enjoy peace of mind.

The first step is to keep your important family documents in order.  To help you get started, I’d like to give you my free book entitled YOUR TOP 15 PERSONAL & LEGAL DOCUMENTS: KEEP THEM SAFE AND FIND THEM EASILY. The top 15 documents include family registry papers such as birth and marriage certificates, passports and travel documents, real estate documents, financial documents, and vehicle registration documents. There are detailed checklists for every type of document to make sure you cover the most important ones. Get your free soft copy by clicking on this link.

As you go through this book on your important family documents, you can identify where you need to take action – are there civil registry documents that have to be corrected, copies of land titles you must secure,  health care plans you can sign up for to take care of your children and yourself, insurance plans you can choose from, investment opportunities  you can explore, a last will and testament to prepare, and many more.

You can make plans for your and your children’s future, and achieve peace of mind as you set these in place.

That’s the goal of this blog: to give you practical legal tips on keeping your relationships, finances and properties secure and in order so you and your loved ones can enjoy peace of mind. This is based  on 1 Corinthians 14:40 (NLT) – Be sure that everything is done properly and in order. 

Do you have any question or suggested topics about family matters? Post these in the comments section below, and I’ll do my best to respond to them. And remember to claim your free book at link.

I’m eager to hear from you.

About me

 I am Chato Olivas-Quinto, a lawyer, law professor, writer, speaker, blogger, Christ-follower. I am married to Jun L Quinto, and I have 2 adult sons JJ and PJ Gallo. I am senior partner of the law firm Fernandez & Olivas, which has been around since 1990. For more info about me and my law firm, visit our website at