Cryptocurrency and Estate Planning
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Thursday, July 22, 2021
10:00 am – 12:00 pm CDT
David Lee Rice
Cryptocurrency and its status as an investment
Attributes of cryptocurrency as part of an estate plan
Why or why not – The importance of incorporating cryptocurrency
into an estate plan
Treatment of cryptocurrency during the estate planning process
and at time of death
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2.0 CPE Credit Hours
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Neda Barkhordar Attorney at KFB Rice, LLP
Ms. Barkhordar has advised clients on both regular estate planning, such as pourover wills and family trusts, and complex estate tax planning involving private annuities, QPRTs, SCINs and GRATs. She has been the primary advisor to clients and their other advisors about the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (taxpayers with delinquent Foreign Bank Account Reports). Ms. Barkhordar has filed Tax Court petitions and is actively engaged in negotiations with the Internal Revenue Service and the California Franchise Tax Board on behalf of taxpayers with collection and other problems. She is also currently at work on two large tax-free spin-offs under Internal Revenue Code Section 355. Ms. Barkhordar is a graduate of UCLA, where she completed her degree in 3 years summa cum laude. She received her law degree from UCLA where she completed the Business Law and Policy Specialization in Taxation and received A’s in all of the major tax classes; she earned her LLM in tax from NYU (with a 3.8 GPA).
David Lee Rice
David Lee Rice
Managing Partner at KFB Rice, LLP and sole proprietor of Daid Lee Rice, APLC
Mr. Rice has been in private practice since November 1979 as a tax professional. Prior to law school, he worked for the accounting firm of Coopers & Lybrand. Mr. Rice is the sole proprietor of the law firm of David Lee Rice, APLC, rated AV by Martindale & Hubbell for the last 15 years and has been named as one of Los Angeles Magazine’s Super Lawyers from 2006 through 2021. He is a member of the American College of Tax Counsel of which there are no more than 700 members. Mr. Rice was a tenured professor in accounting at Cal Poly Pomona where he was in charge of all the tax classes. He has taught on the Masters of Taxation Program at California State University at Northridge and Golden Gate University. Mr. Rice has also taught Divorce and Taxation for Chapman’s LLM in taxation program as well as many courses at the University of West Los Angeles School of Law. He is a Certified Specialist in Taxation with the State Bar of California and is also a Certified Specialist in Elder Law.