Join DG Copyright Management for National Estate and Legacy Planning Awareness Week 2022!
Monday, October 17 - Sunday, October 23
Having a plan in place for the long-term care of your plays, songs, and musicals is the best way to ensure that your authorial intent and legacy will be honored and that your loved ones will be cared for. During this year's National Estate Planning Awareness Week, which runs from October 17 - October 23, the DG©M will offer free panels and resources on the significance of estate and legacy planning.
Whether you are looking to establish a legacy of philanthropy, wondering how to find a literary executor, hoping to set up an estate plan for little or no cost, or just in need of some practical advice, the DG©M has a session in store for you.
Additional highlights will include a seminar on digital archives with Doug Reside from the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts and an in-depth exploration of the life and legacy of DG©M writer William S. Yellow Robe Jr.
View the full schedule of events here.
For every seminar that you attend, you will be enrolled in a raffle to win a free membership with Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts.
Register for the DG©M's National Estate Planning Week program today, and learn how to let your work live on!
The DG©M is an estate planning consultancy and intellectual property management organization. Created to oversee the stewardship of plays, songs, and musicals that are bequeathed to the Dramatists Guild, or its related organizations, the DG©M’s primary objective is the protection of authorial intent. As a New York public benefit corporation, DG©M offers these programs free of cost to all communities.