Successful Collaboration Among Estate Planning Professions; Charitable Gift Planning Strategies; Client Centered Estate Planning: An Innovative Approach
Lawrence M. Lehmann is a graduate of Tulane Law School and is certified as a specialist in estate
planning and administration, as well as taxation, by the Louisiana Board of Legal Specialization. He
practices estate planning law in New Orleans as a member of Lehmann Norman & Marcus LC, a law firm
now in its fourth generation. He has served as president of New Orleans Council of the Partnership for
Philanthropic Planning, New Orleans Estate Planning Council, the Jewish Children's Regional Service, the
New Orleans Hillel Foundation and the New Orleans Friends of Music. He is currently serving as the
immediate past president of NAEPC and as vice-president of the Jewish Endowment Foundation of
Louisiana. In addition, Larry is an instrument rated pilot, and is a founding member of Pilots for Patients,
a non-profit organization that provides transportation for medically stable patients who live in Louisiana
and require specialized medical care.
This is our annual 1/2 day Seminar. The address for the Baptist Convention Building is 190 Stoneridge Drive. This seminar qualifies for 3 hours of CE Credit for CPA's and attorneys (all other disciplines please check at registration table for credit).
We hope to see you all there.