Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Long Beach "Life Savers" Offers FREE Public Workshop

The Only Way to Protect Your Rights is to Know Your Rights

On Saturday, March 26, 2011, from 9:45 to 11:30AM at Marshall Academy of the Arts in Long Beach, the Long Beach "Life Savers" will present the first in a series of free educational workshop programs designed to help regular people defend their rights, avoid scams, and protect their financial health in this down economy.

"This is not a sales pitch," says Long Beach Immigration Attorney, Alice Tadros. "There will be nothing for sale. It is just vital information that most people never get to learn."

The Long Beach "Life Savers" is a group of attorneys and professionals who have banded together to give back to the community by providing the most important commodity of all: Information. "When people know the rules that others are playing by, the game is more fair." Said Veronica Guzman, a Landlord/Tenant Attorney.

The first program will feature information and advice from Attorneys who practice ImmigrationBankruptcy,Landlord/TenantEstate Planning, and Criminal Defense. Plus, participants will hear from experts in dealing with the IRS, the down Real Estate market, and protection for small business ownersJulaine Wagoner of Remax College Park did not mince words: "The goal of the Long Beach "Life Savers" is simply to help people not get hurt and the more we know about how things really work, the better off we will be."

Marshall Academy of the Arts is located at 5870 E. Wardlow Road in Long Beach and doors open at 9:30AM. The event is free and open to the public. This is an information only session. No product or service will be offered or sold. For more information, contact Julaine Wagoner at (562) 234-8888 or Amy Becker (562) 489-6979.

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