Legacy Planning for Artists

Presented by Zachary Price Grant, Esq. of Aitkens & Aitkens, P.C
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Presented by Zachary Price Grant, Esq. of Aitkens & Aitkens, P.C

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Georgia Lawyers for the Arts

Please note: Content in this workshop is provided for educational and informational purposes only, and should not be construed as an alternative to working with a lawyer or law professional. 

Date/Time: Thursday, January 24, 10:30AM-12:30PM
Price:  FREE for C4 Atlanta and GLA members, $10 for non-members
Location: Fuse Arts Center

C4 Atlanta, in partnership with Georgia Lawyers for the Arts, present Legacy Planning for Artists. As artists, have you given thought to estate planning and how you would like your legacy to be remembered? Join us for a workshop on estate planning where you will learn how you can carry out your legacy through various legal means. This workshop is appropriate for artists of any age and at any career stage.

Participants will gain knowledge of:

  • Estate planning documents: the will, POA, and advance directive
  • Ways to transfer assets: by will, trust, or Inter Vivos
  • How “art assets” fit in terms of creating a legacy: should the assets to go to a charity, a non-profit, or perhaps a museum?
Tuition

Free for members of C4 Atlanta or Georgia Lawyers of the Arts (or both!)

$10 for non-members

For what type of artist is this program appropriate?

This program is appropriate for artists of any artistic discipline, including performing, visual and literary artists. Additionally, this information is for artists of any age or at any stage in their artistic career, particularly those who may wish to have certain end of life provisions for family or for their artistic assets.

What will this program cover?

Participants will gain knowledge of:

  • Types of estate planning documents: the will, POA, and advance directive
  • The different ways to transfer assets: by will, trust, or Inter Vivos
  • How the artist’ wishes for his or her “art assets” fit in in terms of creating a legacy: should the art assets to go to a charity, a non-profit, or perhaps a museum?
When will this program be offered again?
This program is a one-time, pop-up class offering.

Payment and Refund Policy

Full payment is required to reserve a spot and guarantee enrollment in all classes and workshops offered by C4 Atlanta. Credit Card payments may be made online through the registration form or through our online payment form at https://c4atlanta.org/pay.

Checks should be made out to C4 Atlanta, PO Box 170319, Atlanta, GA 30317. Payment must be received before the first class session.

You may cancel your enrollment, without penalty, by notifying C4 Atlanta, in writing (via written letter or email), at least 10 days prior to the first class session.

If we receive your notification at least 10 days prior to the first class session, we will refund 100% of the tuition, minus a $10 administrative fee; or we will offer 100% of the tuition as credit toward a future C4 Atlanta class to be used within the following three months.

If you cancel your enrollment less than 10 days prior to the first class session, you will receive a 50% refund of the cost of tuition; or we will offer 50% of the tuition as credit toward a future C4 Atlanta class to be used within the following three months.

If you cancel within 48 hours of the first class session, C4 Atlanta will not offer any refunds.

C4 Atlanta reserves the right to cancel any class due to low enrollment. We will notify you in case of a cancellation and we will refund 100% of your class fee.

Membership fees are not refundable under any circumstances. The refund policy described in the above paragraphs is non-inclusive of membership fees.