Just Cause Eviction & Estate Planning

  • CIC Cambridge, Venture Cafe, 5th Floor 1 Broadway Cambridge, MA, 02142 United States

We're Closing Out Our Event Season with an Info Packed Meeting!

We'll begin the evening with our networking and dinner period where you can have a one-on-one appointment with Attorney Jessica Manganello from New Leaf Legal and/or Peter Shapiro, Experienced Landlord Counselor and author of the book 'The Good Landlord'. If you're interested in scheduling an appointment with either Attorney Manganello or Peter Shapiro please email me at agee@masslandlords.net. Only a few appointment slots are left. RSVP & more information.

Just Cause Eviction: Stuart T. Schrier is a partner at Schrier & Associates, PC, in Dorchester. Since graduating from Boston University School of Law in 1981, he has practiced real estate law representing purchasers, sellers, and lenders in commercial and residential real estate transactions, representing developers with planning and zoning, litigation, leasing, and evictions. In March 2017, Stuart gave brilliant testimony against Just Cause Eviction in Boston. On the evening of June 19th, Stuart will be discussing the process of Just Cause Eviction, the latest city operations meeting, what might be effective in advocating, likelihood of a vote, and much more. Join us to learn more about the threat of Just Cause Eviction and what you can do to help fight this glorified rent control.

Estate Planning: Edward Rowell is a Vice President and Relationship Manager at Eastern Bank Wealth Management which he joined in 2012. Ed has over thirty years of experience assisting individuals and families with their financial and investment planning. In this role he manages a portfolio of personal, retirement, and charitable accounts. Ed will be joining us to give us the rundown on estate planning and QTIP trusts. Not having a plan to pass your estate at death can leave your family with many problems. First, the government has its own plan – the law of intestacy – that says who will receive your assets and in what proportion. And it likely won’t be the result you would have wanted.

Some simple planning can avoid this but, more importantly, it can also help solve problems specific to your family. For example, an estate plan can: Maintain a family business, Retain control of assets after death, Cover changing family needs, Provide liquidity for taxes, Protect a spouse when there has been a second marriage, Differentiate different needs between children, and Protect a family member with a disability. Planning for the future is essential to retaining control of your legacy, come on out on June 19th to learn how to ensure your inheritance goes where you want it to go.