Hirschler Professional Advisors Seminar

The late Edward S. Hirschler was a prominent Richmond lawyer and community leader. He served as one of the first presidents of Richmond Jewish Foundation. Shortly after Ed’s death, the Richmond-based law firm he co-founded, Hirschler Fleischer, established the Hirschler Advisor Seminar through the Richmond Jewish Foundation. 

The Hirschler Professional Advisors Seminar provides an annual seminar to enhance educational opportunities relating to charitable giving and estate planning for legal and financial professionals.

2017

Charitable Planning in These Uncertain Times

Speaker: Kirk Hoopingarner

2016

One Size Doesn’t Fit All – Finding the Right Charitable Giving Option for Your Client

Speaker: Ellen H. Halfon

2015

Designing Charitable Giving Strategies for New Age Estate Planning

Speaker: Turney Berry

2014

Federal Tax Update: The Estate Planner’s Guide to Important Cases, Rulings, Regulations, and Legislation from the Past 12 Months

Speaker: Samuel A. Donaldson

2013

Estate Planning in 2013 – Dealing with the Aftermath of 2012

Speaker: David Pratt

2012

Using the Expiring Tax Law Provisions and Philanthropic Planning to Help Your Clients Meet Their Personal Planning and Charitable Goals

Speaker: Brian Sagrestano

2011

How the 2010 Tax Act and Current Economic Conditions Have Changed the Ground Rules for Estate Planning

Speakers: Glenmede’s Adam Conish, Nina Cohen and Chuck Aulino

2010

How and Why to Counsel Your Client on Intergenerational Philanthropy

Speaker: Ellen Remmer
Panelists: David Long, Sam Davis, Bobby Thalhimer

2009

Donor Advised Funds: A Primer for Professional Advisors and their Clients

Speaker: Doreen Fundiller-Zweig
Panelists: Nancy Eberhardt and Bill Gray

2008

Donor Centered Philanthropic Strategies

Speaker: Ed Beckwith

2007

Family and Charitable Planning With Retirement Accounts

Speaker: Chris Hoyt

2006

The Top Ten Charitable Planning Ideas for Our Time

Speaker: Kathryn Miree