Protect & Preserve: Estate Planning Primer for Artists – September 14, 2016
What will happen to your artwork when you pass away? Who will take care of the works you created and collected during your lifetime? Would you like your family to keep your artwork, or donate it to a museum, or sell the works to interested buyers? While every responsible person should have an estate plan to distribute their belongings upon death, an artist or art collector has an added responsibility of making specific provisions for their artwork.
Join Washington Lawyers for the Arts and presenter Rochelle Haller as she leads you through several different topics including:
- Community Property vs. Separate Property
- Probate vs. Non-Probate Property
- Asset Inventory
- Estate Planning Documents
- Artwork Assets
This workshop provides an excellent starting point for artists to begin the estate planning process.
About our Speaker:
Rochelle brings over a decade of estate planning experience to Garvey Schubert Barer. She started her practice in New York City at Davidson, Dawson & Clark, a well-established boutique estate planning law firm. After several years on the east coast, Rochelle returned to her native Washington State and joined Graham & Dunn (now Miller Nash Graham & Dunn), where she continued her estate planning practice. Rochelle’s practice focuses on estate planning, tax planning, high net worth planning, probate and trust administration, prenuptial and post-nuptial planning, family owned business succession planning and planning for athletes and entertainers.
In the last few years, Rochelle has been a frequent speaker and has written several articles on estate planning for digital assets. She also serves on the Washington State Bar Association Legislative Committee for the Real Property, Probate and Trust section and has been involved with several other association committees
DATE AND TIME
Wednesday, September 14, 12-1:30 pm
@ The Vera Project, on the corner of Republican & Warren
305 Harrison Street, Seattle, WA 98109