For Artists: There’s a Right Way to Plan
Most artists are aware that a careful Estate plan is important to their career. But where to start, and how to find the time? And how to be sure the plan is “right sized” for your career and resources?
Before you engage an attorney, let’s assess the big picture of your career, studio practice, and family situation. I’ve done dozens of plans for a great variety of artists, and it’s usually easy for me to identify what areas will be most beneficial to tend now, and which you can handle later. Send me a note and start to get it done!
For Families: Let Me Be Your Guide
If you’ve been charged with the legacy of an artist, photographer, or other creator, you have a great responsibility. Handling the business of a living artist is a completely different job description. Legacy managers frequently find themselves wearing many new “hats,” often at the time they feel the least like handling any change.
And because the legacy manager is often family, guidance from someone who’s been there is even more valuable. Every situation is different — reach out to discuss the next few challenges in your complicated life, and see how I can help make it easier.