Center for Art Law

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Estate Planning for Art Collectors

Center for Art Law and Dunnington Bartholow & Miller LLP are excited to present a CLE event on the topic of Estate Planning for Art Collectors. From antiquities to NFT's, collectors of art have eclectic tastes that may or may not be shared by their heirs. Join our panelists as they discuss issues that all art collectors face in their estate planning efforts. To gift or to sell? Let's consider questions and best practices on for deeds, wills and consignment agreements, not to mention the posterity. Join our moderator Helen Allen and guest speaker panelists: Natasha Chang, Sherri Cohen, Burton Fendelman, and Darsi Monaco as they discuss case law and issues that all collectors of art may de

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