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Death During Divorce: What Happens When a Party Dies During the Pendency of a Divorce Action?

1. Procedural Consequences

a. Death Before entry of Status Judgment. b. Death After entry of Status Judgment

2. Real Property with Right of Survivorship.

a. Joint Tenancy property b. Community Property with Right of Survivorship

3. Survivor Benefits

a. Life insurance b. Deferred Compensation c. Social Security

4. Amendment of Estate Plans

a. Wills b. Nonprobate transfers

Lawrence A. Moskowitz Perry, Johnson, Anderson, Miller & Moskowitz, LLP

Mr. Moskowitz has practiced family law in Sonoma County since 1984. Before opening his office in Santa Rosa, he was employed by

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COVID-19 and the Return to Work: Cal-OSHA, Workers’ Compensation, Claims Handling, and Other Employment Pitfalls

This panel discussion via zoom will focus on some of the consequences of bringing employees back to work, and the interplay between Cal-OSHA safety protocols and reporting requirements, California’s Executive Order on 3/19/20 regarding workers’ compensation presumed coverage for employees who contract COVID-19, coverage issues and other implications and outcomes of the Executive Order, and related employee claims.

Valorie Bader Welty, Weaver & Currie

Ms. Bader has practiced in the areas of employment and business counseling, training, and employment litigation since 1986. Prior to becoming an attorney she worked for

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Enforcing Judgments

~ Where to Start ~ Methods of Collecting ~ Dealing with the Sherriff ~ What Not to Do

Stephen M. Beckwith The Law Office of Stephen M. Beckwith

Mr. Beckwith’s practice includes representation of creditors such as contractors, financial institutions, auto dealerships and material suppliers to the construction industry. Further, he has incorporated many Sonoma County businesses and is general counsel to several of these businesses focusing on administrative and contract matters. Mr. Beckwith has an extensive practice in business and personal collections of various clients.

Mr. Beckwith is a member of the California and Sonoma County

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