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Kevin J. Moore recently quoted in Laist.com article about LAUSD Measure EE

Laist measure ee property tax issues

Kevin J. Moore was recently quoted in LAist.com article “Why LAUSD’s Measure EE to Fund Schools is on Shaky Legal Ground.” Mr. Moore has handled property tax cases for about 15 years and discussed property tax issues related to the language within the measure. To read full article visit: https://bit.ly/2Q6Kkut

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Kevin J. Moore Named 2019 Top Attorney By Pasadena Magazine

Pasadena Top Estate Planning Attorney

Kevin J. Moore was named 2019 Top Attorney in Pasadena Magazine. The Pasadena Magazine 2019 Top Attorney’s List is based on an online peer review survey sent out to practicing attorneys in the Pasadena area. To be recognized by peers as the leading estate planning attorney in Pasadena is a tremendous honor. Pick up a copy of the March 2019 issue today!

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What You Need To Know About California’s New Decanting Statute

Uniform Trust Decanting Act

In September of 2018, the California Legislature enacted the Uniform Trust Decanting Act. Decanting is defined as the ability of someone to distribute property from an irrevocable trust (“the first trust”) to one or more second trusts or to modify the terms of the first trust without the consent of the beneficiaries of the first trust or approval of the court. California’s new decanting statute is highly technical, replete with […]

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What You Need To Know About Lack Of Capacity To Create Or Change A Will Or Trust In California

Last Will and Testament Litigation Case

We regularly litigate cases involving allegations that a family member or other caregiver convinced an elder with dementia to change their trust or will in order to cut someone out or get a bigger share for themselves. A will or trust that has been changed can, however, often be reversed and assets can be recovered if you can show that the person should not have been allowed to make those […]

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Kevin J. Moore Attends STEP Orange County Conference

STEP Conference Orange County

Last week Kevin Moore attended the Step Orange County Conference on tax updates, estate planning, and the world economy. This 2-day event covered the most important domestic and international estate and tax planning opportunities for attorneys, accountants, wealth managers, financial advisors, and life insurance agents, as well as provided insights for corporate trustees, private fiduciaries, and charitable planning consultants. A number of excellent presentations were given on asset protection trusts […]

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Attorney Fingerprinting at The KJM&A Office Today

A new California law requires active attorneys licensed in California to be re-fingerprinted. Today, the Kevin J. Moore & Associates Firm brought in American Fingerprinting Live Scan to help our entire building get fingerprinting completed before the April 30, 2019 deadline. For more information on Fingerprinting Rule Requirements visit : http://www.calbar.ca.gov/Attorneys/Attorney-Regulation/Fingerprinting-Rule-Requirements

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Kevin J. Moore Attends USC Gould School of Law 2019 Tax Institute

Kevin J Moore attends USC 2019 Tax Institute

The USC Gould School of Law 2019 Tax Institute is essential for tax professionals and Kevin J. Moore was in attendance at the three-day event. Held at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel, over 70 national industry leaders spoke on a range of important topics including updates on the latest corporate taxation, real estate taxation, and estate planning developments. Kevin networked with peers and other tax professionals while earning MCLE credit.

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Behind The Scenes of Our Pasadena Magazine Photo-shoot

Kevin J. Moore and Associates were photographed this morning for an upcoming profile in Pasadena Magazine. The behind the scenes look is a glimpse at the visual to be printed in next month’s magazine issue. Kevin won Pasadena Magazine’s 2019 Top Attorney award thanks to votes from his peers.

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How To Reduce Capital Gains Taxes

IRS Section 1202

The recent passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) increased interest in C Corporations. The Act permanently reduced the federal income tax rate on C Corporations from 35% to 21%. The widespread media coverage has led company founders, shareholders, and investors to ask whether they would benefit from being a C Corporation. There is another less publicized provision of the IRS Code that may also benefit shareholders of […]

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