Month: April 2020

Estate Planning World Rocked by COVID-19 Pandemic

The global health crisis has moved estate planning from ‘someday’ to “right now.” COVID-19 has also led to an unprecedented number of people moving more and more of their lives into the digital world. That translates to more online accounts, also known as digital assets, being left dangerously unprotected. What happens to the family photos … Continue reading “Estate Planning World Rocked by COVID-19 Pandemic”

Lee Poskanzer Speaking on Digital Assets with Attorney Jennifer Zegal, Hosted by American Bar Association’s Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section

On April 21, Lee Poskanzer, founder of Directive Communication Systems and attorney Jennifer Zegel, a member of Kleinbard’s Business and Finance Department and Practice Leader of the firm’s Trusts and Estates Group, will present a program on digital assets hosted by the American Bar Association’s Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section. Topics they will … Continue reading “Lee Poskanzer Speaking on Digital Assets with Attorney Jennifer Zegal, Hosted by American Bar Association’s Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section”