Baltimore—Join The Walters for two workshops during Baltimore Pride, June 13-23. Attendees will learn how to align estate plans with personal values, family goals, business interests and charitable legacies. Both events, sponsored by U.S. Trust, are free.
James Dean, Liberace and Others: The Wills of LGBT Icons
Thursday, June 12
From the debt-ridden estate of Oscar Wilde to the substantial fortune of Andy Warhol, learn lessons from the administration of these and other famous estates as Michael E.S. McCarthy of U.S. Trust leads the discussion. Find out what provisions were made for their families and partners and how these individuals handled gifts of their tangible personal property. Reserve a space at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LGBT Lecture: Protecting your Legacy
Thursday, June 19
Attend a presentation on personal financial and estate planning for same sex couples. Professional advisors will lead a panel discussion on the legal and financial issues of the LGBT community and how they can address them to ensure that their families and choices are protected. A question and answer session will be held immediately following the presentation. Reserve a space at email@example.com.
About the Walters Museum
The Walters Art Museum is located in downtown Baltimore’s historic Mount Vernon Cultural District at North Charles and Centre Streets. At the time of his death in 1931, museum founder Henry Walters left his entire collection of art–including more than 22,000 works of art–to the city of Baltimore. Its permanent collection includes ancient art, medieval art and manuscripts, decorative objects, Asian art, Old Master and 19th-century paintings. The Museum Store, located next to Café Q, offers distinctive gifts, jewelry and books based on the museum’s collections. Wyndham Baltimore Peabody Court is the official hotel of the Walters Art Museum.