I am now starting my eighth year of on-line teaching and still receptive to your positive feedback and constructive criticism. I am a tolerant instructor, especially among those of you who are first-time on-line class students. I have "formally" taught at Santa Monica College and UCLA Extension in the distant past but have kept my teaching skills more or less fresh by conducting frequent workshop/seminars for client education and business promotion over the years. In the real world (and virtual) I am an asset protection counselor (over 40 years!). I am a principal in LAElderLaw (see www.LAElderlaw.com) which caters to the needs of seniors (estate and financial planning, asset protection, wills, trusts, conservatorships, litigation, advance health care directives, durable powers of attorney, medi-cal qualification for long term care benefits and avoidance of medi-cal recovery). We distinguish ourselves in that, besides financial and estate planning, we also litigate. I truly enjoy teaching and have designed a "real" class for UCLA Extension entitled "Practical Planning for Aging Adults and Their Caretakers". I have also recently taught "The Investment Process" for UC Irvine. Over the past 40 years, I have, practiced law, financial planning and asset protection and developed real estate. I have more experience than I know what to do with and hopefully can pass on some of it to you.