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Legacy Giving at Lunch 2019 Autumn Series: Part 3
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Legacy Giving at Lunch 2019 Autumn Series: Part 3

When: Wednesday, November 13, 2019
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm (Central Time)
Where: Online Webinar
United States
Contact: 651-290-7474

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Leave a Legacy Minnesota

Estate Planning Basics

Wednesday, November 13, 2019 | 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm (Central Time)

Leave A Legacy Minnesota offers FREE, live, virtual discussions through the Legacy Giving At Lunch series. Participation in the live session or downloading archived sessions below is free and open to anyone interested in gift planning.

Discussion Details

During this session, participants will review how best to establish a strong foundation for estate planning from the perspective of a financial advisor with extensive experience in integrating gift planning into wealth strategies as well as an attorney with specialized expertise specifically in legacy giving. The discussion will focus on key strategies and tools for wealth management, planned giving, legacy protection and tax efficiency.

Learning Objectives:

  • How advisors work with families on charitable and estate planning goals
  • Legal and financial considerations of charitable and estate planning goals
  • How nonprofit and fundraising professionals can engage with and add to charitable and estate planing process


Laura HalfertyLaura Halferty, JD, Partner, STINSON LLP

Laura counsels clients in all aspects of estate planning, including structuring lifetime gifts, business succession plans and prenuptial agreements. By listening to and understanding her clients’ goals, Laura crafts their estate plans in a manner that implements their wishes in a tax efficient manner. She represents corporate and individual fiduciaries in probate and trust administration matters, gift and estate tax filings and audits, and in disputed probate and trust matters. She works collaboratively with financial advisors, accountants, corporate and individual trustees, and beneficiaries to administer estates and trusts efficiently and professionally. She is especially gifted at helping business owners craft and implement realistic, tax-savvy succession plans and administering complex, disputed trusts and estates.

John StoneJohn Stone, Senior Vice President, Wealth Advisor

John Stone and his team provide disciplined, high-quality investment management, trust and administrative services to organizations and individuals. He has worked in the financial services industry since 1992. John provides comprehensive retirement solutions to plan sponsors and their employees. For his individual wealth planning clients, he has the expertise necessary to integrate advice from multiple disciplines and take a holistic approach to helping them identify and meet their goals. He advises families, professionals, business owners and non-profit organizations to ensure that the management of all resources is aligned with their own unique priorities and objectives. John focuses on building long-term client relationships based on prudence, responsibility and trust.

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September Virtual Education: (specific date TBD)

Legacy Giving at Lunch Autumn Series: Asking for a Bequest in these Challenging Times




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