Sept. 7, 2021—Whether you acquire a work of art for its aesthetic qualities or for investment purposes, holding fine art in your estate presents both obligations and opportunities for the educated collector. In today’s podcast, Senior Estate and Trust Managing Director Shelly Kunkel of Wilmington Trust’s Emerald Family Office & Advisory discusses three important to-dos regarding your fine art: appraise, insure, and manage disposition (AIM).
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