Please join the Beck Law Group this Wednesday, July 30, 2014 , from 6:00 to 7:30 pm at the San Francisco LGBT Center to learn more about property tax, property titling, and property co-ownership issues affecting same-sex and unmarried couples.
6:00 to 7:30 pm, Wednesday July 30
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.
Location: San Francisco LGBT Center
1800 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
(Please note: venue changed from prior notice)
Among the topics discussed:
- New 2013 Property Tax rule affecting owners not married to each other, and not domestic partners;
- Partial repeal of a 2003 Property Tax rule affecting owners not married to each other, and not domestic partners;
- Community property titling for same-sex married couples, and related updates that should be considered after the United States v. Windsor decision last year.
People who should strongly consider attending:
- Realtors, mortgage professionals, and title officers;
- People who co-own property with someone with whom they are not married and not domestic partners;
- Same-sex married couples who own property and who have not updated their deeds or estate plans after the Supreme Court's decision in Windsor.
Click Here to Register Online For more information, or to register by phone, please contact Jack Seabolt at (415) 584-9930 • firstname.lastname@example.org The Seminars are free, but you must be registered to ensure seating.
Complimentary food and refreshments will be served.
Please feel free to bring a friend or relative with you.