Family Law

Family Law News 2016, Issue 3, Volume 38, No. 3

Dividing Philanthropy on Dissolution of Marriage

Brigit Kavanagh and Cecilia Chung

Brigit Kavanagh is an attorney at NEO Law Group in San Francisco, where she specializes in the law of nonprofit organizations and charitable gift planning, advising charities, foundations, and their donors. She is a frequent speaker on topics including charitable gift planning, endowments, and many aspects of nonprofit and tax exempt organizations and is an update author for CEB – Continuing Education of the Bar California. Ms. Kavanagh is a member of the California state bar and is a member of the Northern California Planned Giving Council; Partnership for Philanthropic Planning; American Bar Association; and the San Francisco Bar Association.

Cecilia Chung is an attorney at Hanson Crawford Crum Family Law Group, LLP, a boutique family law firm with offices in San Mateo and San Francisco. Her practice focuses on high asset dissolution cases, which often involve complex financial issues such as venture capital, private equity, family trusts, equity compensation, and charitable vehicles. Incorporating an interdisciplinary approach to each case, Ms. Chung uses her experience coordinating experts specializing in finance, corporate law, charitable vehicles, tax, and estate planning, as needed, to develop the most effective and efficient path to resolution.


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