What Is My Business Worth? Virtual Workshop for Visual Artists

  • Date : August 12, 2015

  • Time : 1:30 - 3:00pm

  • Location : Online

RSVP : elena@volkovalaw.com

Are you one of the 61% of visual artists who have made no preparation for their work after their death?

According to The Research Center for Arts and Culture’s study*, 95% of visual artists have not archived their work, 97% have no estate plan, only 10% have made plans to donate their work to an institution, and 70% have no life insurance.

As a visual artist, planning for your future is not a simple task. But doing so now will help ensure your artistic legacy, as well as the long term visibility and protection of your work.

In this interactive workshop, you will learn:

  • How to preserve your art work for the future;
  • Gifting your artwork; and
  • Protecting your family from tax implications.

Join Volkova Law Group PLLC and The Law Office of David H. Faux, P.C. to learn how an estate plan can help you maximize the potential of your artistic works.

Michael Feinfeld, Esq., is Counsel in the Trusts and Estates department of Volkova Law Group PLLC, a Manhattan law firm serving the legal needs of families and business owners. Michael concentrates on estate and tax planning for multi-generational families.

Michael is a graduate of Benjamin Cardozo School of Law (J.D., 2005) and holds his M.A. in Religion from the University of Chicago Divinity School and a B.A. in Religion from the University of Rochester’s chapter. Prior to joining the Volkova Law Group, Michael was at The Law Offices of Frederick M. Sembler, PLLC, where he remains Of Counsel, Jankoff & Gabe, P.C., and Capell Barnett Matalon & Schoenfeld, LLP.

Dave Faux, Esq., practices Intellectual Property, Entertainment, Art, and Business/Commercial Law. His past and present clients include individuals and organizations involved in the fashion, sports & fitness, fine arts, photography, and graphic design industries.

Prior to becoming an attorney, Dave spent several years as a music journalist and, then, a publicist in the Northwest. He holds both a Master of Science and Master of Arts degree. He also spent a year in South Korea as a Fulbright Scholar. His years in the music and fine arts industries as an entrepreneur, scholar, and international traveler inform his approach to the law, giving him an insight not achieved by most other lawyers.

*The Research Center for Arts and Culture’s study: Above Ground: Information on Artists III: Special Focus New York City Aging Artists

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