Center for Art Law

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Art Law Lunch Talk: Covering Your Basis, Taxes and Appraisal for Art

A tax attorney and an art appraiser explain the dos and don'ts of transferring artworks from an artist or collector estate and more. What is "legacy" in the context of estate planning? When art becomes an asset, what should the owner consider when planning to transfer this asset to another owner? Legacy and estate planning where art is concerned raise many questions and call upon many experts, including a tax lawyer and an appraiser, to provide expertise. Join us for a program with tax attorney Pamela L. Grutman, a partner at Olsoff | Cahill | Cossu LLP, and Evie T. Joselow, PhD, a qualified appraiser, to discuss how they think about transfers of art assets for estate plannin

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