Partner Susan W. Ylitalo and Associate Emily A. Belfer were featured in the article, “How Do You Ask Your Grandmother to Leave You Her Antiques?” on House Beautiful online. The article provides helpful tips, such as how to have conversations with loved ones before they pass on what you would like to be gifted in their will.
Belfer noted, “The number-one recommendation we have is that our client … conduct an inventory of their tangible personal property.”
“In some states, you can have a rather informal memorandum that doesn’t have the same formalities of a will. In New York in particular, that type of ‘aside’ writing wouldn’t be enforceable. You will need to have the directive in your will,” added Ylitalo.
Partner Dina Kapur Sanna spoke at the Private Client TransTrusts Bermuda event on a panel titled, “Impact of regulation, Economic Substance, Beneficial Owner Registers, FATCA, CRS across jurisdictions,” on June 4.
Andrew M. Nerney and Stephanie Eassa Rapp co-authored the article, "Till Death (And Qualified Trusts) Do Us Part," published by WealthManagement.com.
On May 6, Caryn R. Young and Emily A. Belfer present "Planning for Hard to Value Assets in Uncertain Times: A Guide for Art Collectors" at the Spring Meeting of the New York State Bar Association's Trusts and Estates Law Section.
On May 3, Tiana Gianopulos delivered a presentation at the monthly meeting of the Connecticut Bar Association's Estates and Probate Section entitled, "Directed Trusts: Beyond the Basics."
Partner Rebecca A. Iannantuoni spoke at the Connecticut Bar Association's webinar, "Preservation of the Estate Plan in the Face of Incapacity, Disruption and Avarice," on April 28.
Andrew M. Nerney and Stephanie Eassa Rapp co-authored the article, “With Great Powers (of Appointment) Come Great Responsibility,” published by WealthManagement.com.
The arrival of George Chaclas as a new patent prosecution partner at Day Pitney was featured in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly’s New Associations column.
George Chaclas' arrival as a new patent prosecution partner at Day Pitney and the firm's announced upcoming merger with Howland Evangelista Kohlenberg LLP were featured in Rhode Island Lawyers Weekly's New Associations column.
Day Pitney's recently announced merger with Howland Evangelista Kohlenberg was featured in Law.com's "The Mid-Market Report."