SGVBA member Frank W. Chen has updated his article on “Advising Clients Regarding Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) Accessibility Lawsuits in California” for 2017. You can download it here.
Next SGVBA Meeting Offers 1 hour MCLE Credit:
“Ethics of the EOLOA: End of Life Options Act” – Satisfies 1 MCLE hour (Note: Application for renewal of MCLE provider status is pending.)
NEXT SGVBA -LUNCH MEETING
May 5, 2017 @ 12:30 p.m. SHARP!
Place: Almansor Court, located at 700 South Almansor Street, Alhambra, CA 91801.
On May 5th, join us at the San Gabriel Valley Bar Association’s general meeting.
Topic: “ETHICS of the EOLOA: End of Life Options Act”
PRESENTED BY ATTORNEY CAROL A. PETERS, ESQ.
Pasadena Elder Law Attorney
For more than 30 years, Carol A. Peters, Esq. has represented a diverse array of clients throughout Los Angeles County as an attorney in civil matters and probate Court. An elder law attorney in Pasadena, California, she has more than 11 years of experience at the Department of Public Social Services (DPSS) making welfare eligibility benefit determinations for Medi-Cal (California’s Medic-Aid program) and other public assistance cases. As an Attorney, she serves as a counselor at law (providing 1:1 confidential advice) and as a representative (i.e., “mouthpiece”), and as a Mediator of legal disputes. She also serves as an Expert Witness about public benefit issues. She has served as a teacher at California State University in Fullerton and was a member of the “Working Group” that designed the original ethics and education standards for the California Professional Fiduciaries Bureau.
Carol Peters’ practice areas include:
Estate Planning Documentation
Estate Settlement for Fiduciary Clients and Heirs
Legal Ethics & Professional Responsibility
The presentation provides 1.0 hours towards the required MCLE for the State Bar of California. (Note: Application for renewal of MCLE provider status is pending.)
Our mailing address is:
San Gabriel Valley Bar Assn.
P.O. Box 7085
Alhambra, CA 91802-9998