Legal Options for Non-Traditional Relationships
Sun, Sep 21, 2014 at 7pm
Attorney Benjamin Premack of The Premack Law Office, PLLC, will lead a workshop on how people in non-traditional polyamorous or non-monogamous relationships can enjoy many of the same legal powers and rights as married couples. He will discuss a variety of matters including issues of inheritance, property ownership/co-ownership, health care, children, finances, end of life planning, and planning in the event of an end to the relationship. Mr. Premack will also address how these protections and rights can be shared between poly couples, triads, and moresomes even when some of the people in the relationship are married.
The workshop will last for two hours with plenty of time for questions and answers. After the workshop Mr. Premack is offering a free 15 minute consultation to each attendee.
Cost at the door: $25.
About the Educator:
Benjamin Premack of The Premack Law Office, PLLC, was admitted to the Washington State Bar Association in 2013. Mr. Premack is an experienced transactional attorney whose practice focuses largely on offering legal services to entrepreneurs and growing businesses in emerging economic sectors. In addition to his commercial practice, Mr. Premack advises clients on legal planning for people in non-monogamous relationships which he became knowledgeable about from assisting his father, Certified Elder Law Attorney Paul Premack, with his estate planning and probate law practice in San Antonio, Texas. Mr. Premack has worked extensively with community organizations to offer pro-bono legal services to the economically disadvantaged. He is an active member of Washington Attorneys Assisting Community Organizations and a volunteer attorney at the Unemployment Law Project.
Mr. Premack graduated in May 2013 concurrently from The Penn State Dickinson School of Law with a Juris Doctor and The Penn State School of International Affairs with a Master of International Affairs. During his time at Penn State, he helped propel the Penn State International Affairs Review into the spotlight as a new forum for student-run peer-reviewed academic publication. He was the only law student invited by the Folke Bernadotte Academy, the Swedish Agency for Peace, Security and Development, to present a paper at their annual workshop in Stockholm, Sweden. Mr. Premack also played an integral role in the establishment of the Work Programme on Loss and Damage at the Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, a multinational effort to adapt to the stresses and mitigate the negative impacts of climate change.
A workshop presented by the Foundation for Sex Positive Culture. Please go to TheFSPC.org for more information.
This event is sponsored by the Center for Sex Positive Culture.