We live in a time of new technologies like cryptocurrencies, social media, and online accounts. These are broadly known as digital assets and it is not always clear what we truly "own" and where our rights go if we are unable to manage these assets. We will go over what digital assets are, who manages them, and steps you can take now to determine what happens with your assets.
This will be an interactive and informative session, followed by time for Q&A.
About our speaker:
Shannon Liu Shair is an Estate Planning attorney who grew up in San Jose, California. She received her bachelor's degree in Psychology from UCLA in 2007 and her law degree from Boston University in 2011. She has been an active volunteer and community leader throughout both her educational and professional careers. In fact, her first pro bono act as a law student was to write a will for an elderly woman in need. She loves helping people with this important planning, using her Psychology background to get to know people and truly understand their wishes. She has built her firm on the philosophy of providing customized, comprehensive, and compassionate services to clients. Aside from being an attorney, she is the Community Outreach Coordinator for Fremont Union City Newark Mothers' Club and the mother of two young children.
"A most important and relevant presentation by young and lovely lawyer, Shannon Liu Shair. We learned a great deal from her." -Lena Zee, former Rotary Club of Fremont President
"Thank you for speaking at our club about protecting digital assets. It was a very timely and educational topic." -Tim Tran, former Rotary Club of Fremont President
This event is open to the public. Please feel free to share the Facebook event listing with those who may be interested: https://www.facebook.com/events/2034451516795515/
Children are welcome to attend; because this event is held at the library, they can even bring books to read in the meeting room.