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Lawyers Warn Those Bracing for Prop. 19’s Tax Hit: Act Fast

January 7, 2021 Media Coverage
San Francisco Business Times

Evan Abrams spoke to the San Francisco Business Times for the article "Lawyers Warn Those Bracing for Prop. 19’s Tax Hit: Act Fast." 

In the article, Evan said, “If you really want to do anything, now is the time to act. Don’t wait until the last minute. The advice given is unique, so attorneys and other advisers need time to understand a client’s situation. It may involve drafting a trust to give a gift and that certainly takes time."

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