CA Property Tax Rules — Issues For Unmarried Co-Owners
The issue of California Property Tax Reassessment in the event of death or dissolution can raise serious and expensive issues for same-sex and unmarried couples. The following are newsletters written by attorneys at the Beck Law Group on this topic.
These articles speak generally about the issues. For an analysis based on your specific situation, please contact our office to schedule a consultation. Please click here if you wish to send a request for an appointment.
The Property Tax Trap for Unmarried Couples and Avoiding the Pitfalls of Property Co-Ownership
Lakin Spears LLP, February 1, 2016
More Fallout From Tax Rule Change
The Bay Area Reporter, December 12, 2013
Property Tax Changes Could Affect Couples
The Bay Area Reporter, July 2013
California Senate Bill 565 Offers Greater Tax Protection for California State Domestic Partners
The Beck Law Group Newsletter, Volume 1, Issue 1, Spring 2006
Avoiding Property Tax Reassessment for Unmarried Couples *Not* Registered as California Domestic Partners
The Beck Law Group Newsletter, Volume 1, Issue 2, Summer 2006
The Move Away From Property Tax Protection for San Francisco City/County Domestic Partners
The Beck Law Group Newsletter, Volume 1, Issue 4, Winter 2007