Archive for October, 2011


WHAT:                         Estate Planning, The Sequel: Living Trusts

WHEN:                         12.15 – 1pm Thursday November 3, 2011

WHERE:                       Los Angeles Central Library 630 W 5th Street Los Angeles 90017

WHO:                           Attorney Elizabeth Botsford LLM Tax (Hons)

WHY:                           Learn what a living trust can do for you and your loved ones.  Find out if a living trust is the best way to save money. promote peace of mind and security and to encourage your loved ones to lead happy, purposeful lives.

COST:                          Free

BRING:                        Your lunch, your questions, your co-workers, family and friends


Topics covered include: What is a trust?  What is a revocable inter vivos trust?  To what extent does a living trust protect assets from creditors, save taxes and/or probate fees and encourage your loved ones to lead purposeful lives?   There will be a Q&A session at the end of the talk.  Attorney Elizabeth Botsford is qualified as an attorney in California and as a solicitor in the UK.  She is an honors graduate of the London School of Economics and has a master’s in tax law from Loyola Law School.  Elizabeth Botsford has practiced law in California for well over a decade.  She is also qualified as a solicitor in the UK and worked in Hong Kong and Brussels.

Free initial telephone consultations
Attorney Elizabeth Botsford LLM Tax (Hons)
Busy Wills, Inc.
11684 Ventura Blvd., #145
Studio City CA 91604
(818) 579 7900
Please visit for more information.

At Busy Wills, Inc., attorney Elizabeth Botsford LLM Tax (Hons) is always mindful that you are busy.  Access valuable advice, for an affordable fixed price.  Protect your loved ones with an estate plan designed for your unique circumstances.  Live every day as though it’s your last.  Your loved ones will be glad you did.

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