The Estate Planning, Probate and Trust Section presents
Advanced Topics What Property Tax Laws it Changed, and What To Do Now
||Monday, December 21, 2020
||3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
||1.5 Hours in Estate Planning, Trust & Probate Law Specialization Law
ALERT! If you plan to record a deed before Proposition 19 becomes effective on February 16, 2021, please note that February 15, 2021 is President’s Day, a legal holiday, and our Office is closed. We expect a high volume of document submissions during that time, any discrepancies or errors found in the process may require additional time to clarify or correct, which may cause further delay on the recording timeline. Early recording is highly recommended.
- Transfer of property tax basis AND keep the step up for federal taxes (can it be done? If so, how.)
- Issues in multigeneration transfers ((grand)parent to child; then parent to child)
- LLC transfers
- Step transaction rule
- Can you trust your assessor to respect prior guidance
- What do I put in my letter to client about risks of reassessment or losing step up, etc.
Estate Planning Section Chair
Erika Yuen, Yuen & Yuen, Prof. Law Corp
Probate Litigation Subcomittee Co-Chair
Alicia Gámez, Gámez Law
Event Code: G200511
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