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How California Wine Business Property Transfer Rules Will Change in 2021

November 30, 2020 Media Coverage
North Bay Business Journal

Lauren Galbraith commented in the North Bay Business Journal article "How California Wine Business Property Transfer Rules Will Change in 2021." 

“I see families in the wine business demonstrate keen awareness that they must consider and plan for taxes, doing what they can to avoid property tax reassessment and to minimize estate tax if they want to give their heirs the best odds for success,” said Lauren.

Read all of her insights in the full article here.

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