Free Legal Workshops, 10/15, 10/22, “Seven Threats to your Family Security,” 10/29, “Property Tax, Titling and Agreements”

Legal Workshops and More! – The Beck Law Group

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The Beck Law Group, A Professional Corporation

San Francisco

(415) 584-9930 Pasadena

(626) 568-9930

Dear Clients, Colleagues, and Friends,

Have you properly protected yourself and your loved ones?

A Living Trust may be the solution but unfortunately…

All Living Trust based estate plans are NOT created equal! There are good ones and bad ones. Don’t wait until it is too late – when you or your spouse/partner is ill, disabled or passes away – to find out what kind of plan you really have.

Whether you have a Living Trust estate plan or are thinking about getting one, you are warmly invited to learn more on how to protect yourself and your loved ones at one of our upcoming legal seminars.

Warm wishes,

Alma Soongi Beck, Esq.

The Beck Law Group, P.C.

Free Legal Workshops

Seven Threats to Your Family Security: Estate Planning, Medi-Cal Planning, Asset Protection and Beyond

Life is complicated enough. Protecting your family and loved ones shouldn’t be.

Program topics include:

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

Come to a FREE Workshop and find out how easy protecting your family and loved ones can be. A little time spent now can save months of aggravation in the future.

San Francisco

Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014
Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014


Property Tax, Titling and Agreements for Same-Sex and Unmarried Couples

San Francisco event co-sponsored by
APIQWTC Transgender Law Center

If you work with same-sex couples, this presentation should not be missed!

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.

Program topics include:

Titling and tax issues for same-sex married couples after the repeal of DOMA Section 3
Dramatic changes to property tax and titling rules for unmarried co-owners since 2013
The role of written property co-ownership agreements in avoiding tax problems and litigation


Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014

San Francisco

Encore Presentation:
Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014

The Seminars are free, but you must be registered to ensure seating.

Click Here to Register Online

For additional information or to register by phone, please 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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