Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Does 'Community Property' Really Mean 50/50?

That's the question that will be answered when Savvy Seattle Women present another community-service workshop this Wednesday, Jan. 19th. Local attorney, Sharon E. Best, will offer valuable information about Community Property and how it may affect married couple and domestic partners.

For instance, do you assume that when your spouse dies, you will automatically get all the property you two share? Maybe, maybe not. Or that when your dad passes away, his half of the house will go to your mom? Not necessarily so.

Join us from 6-6:30 for some social time with complimentary wine and snacks, then from 6:30-7:30 for the presentation, with lots of opportunity for question and answer. Location: "The White House," 3909 California Avenue SW (aka Law Offices of Best and de Vrieze). Much appreciation to Charlestown Cafe for allowing our guests to park free in their lot, which is kitty-corner from The White House.

This is a small group event (usually 5-10 people); you can choose to keep to yourself or join the conversation without pressure. No pre-registration required. Bring a friend!

For more information about Savvy Seattle Women, visit our website: www.SavvySeattleWomen.com or call me (Alice) at 206-708-9800.

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