Free LGBT Legal Workshops -Beck Law Group- Aug 19 So CA and Aug 20, 23 San Francisco


The Beck Law Group, A Professional Corporation
August 8, 2014

Dear Clients, Colleagues, and Friends,

Please join us for our August legal workshop series:

(1) Basics of Estate Planning and Medi-Cal Planning on
Saturday, August 23 at 7 Joost Avenue;

(2) Special Pasadena workshop on Estate Planning for LGBT Families, Tuesday, August 19, at the Pasadena Pride Center;

(3) Encore Presentation of Property Taxes, Titling and Agreements for Same Sex and Unmarried Couples, Wednesday, August 20, at the Glen Park Library.

Space is limited, so please RSVP soon!

If you would like a free consultation on estate planning, Medi-Cal planning, or property titling issues, please contact Jack Seabolt,, (415) 584-9930.

Warm wishes,

Alma Soongi Beck, Esq.

The Beck Law Group, P.C.

Pasadena Pride Center Workshop
Estate Planning Issues for LGBT Families

Last year the United States v. Windsor decision declared DOMA Section 3 unconstitutional. Now that same-sex marriage has been federally recognized, some couples may still be wondering, what else should we do? This presentation will take place in Southern California.

Free Seminar Series
Basics of Estate Planning and Medi-Cal Planning: Avoiding the Seven Threats to You and Your Family

Now with consolidated, streamlined content to make it easier to follow, while still incorporating all the important points from the Basics of Living Trusts and Beyond Living Trusts programs. Bring your friends and family and come learn together!

Program covers:

  • Basics of Living Trusts, including property ownership issues
  • Asset Protection planning, for yourself and for your beneficiaries
  • Medi-Cal planning, for yourself and your family members
  • Special Issues for real property owners, married couples, state registered domestic partners, unmarried couples
Property Taxes, Titling & Agreements for Same Sex and Unmarried Couples (Encore Presentation)

The past year has seen dramatic changes not only in the federal recognition of same-sex marriage, but also in rules relating to California property taxes for co-owners who are not married to each other and are not domestic partners. Both of these changes can have dramatic and very expensive consequences for co-owners of property, whether married, unmarried, domestic partnered, or not. Many of the changes can be addressed simply with property agreements, re-deeding of property, and other estate planning tools.

Come with your co-owners and learn together!

Click on the date of your choice to register or get more information.
Or contact Jack Seabolt at
(415) 584-9930   •

Complimentary food and refreshments will be served.
Please feel free to bring a friend or relative with you.

Visit our website for more information on these and other topics,
or to schedule an appointment with an attorney.

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