New York, NY 10001-2876
210 West 31st Street
Capuchin Food Pantries Ministry
qualifies you DEC. 9 • 8AM – 2PM
for A SEMINAR FOR LEGAL, ACCOUNTING
3.5 CLE credits AND FINANCIAL PLANNING PROFESSIONALS
3.5 CPE credits
Keynote Speaker: Sen. Charles Schumer
All proceeds to benefit the Capuchin Food Pantries Ministry
FINANCIAL TOOLS FOR ESTATE & TRUST PLANNING
COST: $95 per attendee
SEATING IS LIMITED - REGISTER NOW! Pre-registration for this event is required. No walk-ins will be
accepted.To register, complete the form below and mail in the enclosed return envelope, or fax to: 212-563-5120.
Or, to register by phone, call 1-866-363-5917, ext.263.
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FINANCIAL TOOLS FOR ESTATE & TRUST PLANNING
A seminar sponsored by The Capuchin Franciscans of the Province of St. Mary
Tuesday, December 9 • 8 AM - 2 PM
Yale Club of New York City
50 Vanderbilt Avenue (between 44th & 45th Streets)
Seminar qualifies you for
3.5 CLE credits • 3.5 CPE credits
Proceeds to benefit the Capuchin Food Pantries Ministry
Do not miss this valuable opportunity to learn about the latest techniques and trends in estate planning
and charitable giving from a wide range of recognized experts.You will also have ample opportunity to
network and share ideas with your fellow legal, accounting and financial planning professionals.
Keynote Speaker at Networking Luncheon:
U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer
A tireless fighter for New York through three terms in the State Assembly and 20 years in Congress,
Senator Schumer has made improving the state’s economy his top priority since joining the Senate.
Among numerous initiatives, his Group of 35 developed a comprehensive plan to address New York
City’s long-term economic needs by adding 60,000 new square feet of needed office space to accom-
modate 300,000 new jobs over the next 20 years.
William Savino, Esq.
Rivkin Radler LLP
Mr. Savino is the managing partner of Rivkin Radler LLP and chairman of its Executive Committee. He is a member of the
firm’s Litigation Practice Group. He also serves as President of the Nassau County Bar Association.
Program to include:
Father Francis Gasparik, OFM, CAP
Non-Tax Estate Planning: Issues Tax Implications of Planned Giving
Relevant to Surrogate’s Court Practice John Buhagiar, CPA
View From The Bench: Tax Principal, Grassi & Co, CPAs, P.C.
Judge John B. Riordan, Surrogate Mr. Buhagiar has over 16 years of experience providing expert
Nassau County Surrogate’s Court advice in tax planning, strategy development, compliance and
Judge Riordan began his career in 1969, after working as a tax negotiations to a wide range of business owners and CFO’s.
accountant. He was twice elected to the Nassau County District
Court and in 2000 was elected to a 10-year term as Judge of the Advising with Confidence: Using
Nassau County Surrogate’s Court. Stochastic Analysis to Advise Clients
Kevin J. Foley,Wealth Strategist
Planning for Charitable Giving Terence D. Condren, Director of Financial Planning &
Bernard Feigen, Esq. Wealth Strategies Group, Fleet Bank
Partner, Rivkin Radler LLP Mr. Foley and Mr. Condren will discuss proprietary mathemati-
A partner in the firm’s Trusts, Estates and Taxation Practice Group, cal tools that can be used to assess the probability of meeting a
Mr. Feigen is involved in all aspects of income tax and estate tax client’s income and estate planning goals over a long period of
planning and litigation and valuation of closely-held businesses. time given available assets and how they are allocated for investment.
Wills & Estates
View from the Bench: Pensions and Retirement Planning
Judge John M. Czygier, Jr., Surrogate Andrew Stone, CFM
Suffolk County Surrogate’s Court Rainey Miller
Judge Czygier was nominated by Governor Pataki to fill a vacan- Financial Advisors, Merrill Lynch
cy in the Suffolk County Surrogate’s Court in April 2001, and Mr. Stone and Ms. Miller apply diverse experience to meet the
won election to a full 10-year term in November 2001. He has investment goals of their clients. Mr. Stone developed a healthcare
been engaged in private law practice in the County since 1975, distribution company as a start-up and took it public, in 1983, at
and previously served as a Court Examiner in the First and the age of 26, earning selection as an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur
Second Departments, a guardian ad litem, and as counsel for the of the Year. Ms. Miller draws from her competitive athletic back-
Suffolk County Public Administrator. ground to develop disciplined investment plans focused on results.
A networking luncheon will follow, sponsored by:
Are FLP’s Dead: Can Family Limited
Partnerships Still Be Used?
Scott Eisenmesser, Esq.
Partner, Rivkin Radler LLP
A partner in the firm’s Trusts, Estates and Taxation Practice
Group, Mr. Eisenmesser’s practice focuses on complex estate
planning, trust and estate administration, elder law planning
and other tax matters. He is also a CPA and has lectured to
numerous groups about these and other topics.