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Michael Sampson to Present at 2014 Elder Law Institute for Minnesota CLE

October 7, 2014

Maslon attorney Michael Sampson will present at a two-day 2014 Elder Law Institute for Minnesota CLE on October 6-7, 2014.

On day two, Mike will present a two-hour discussion titled "I Am Not My Illness: Dealing with Mental Illness," which will offer new perspectives on mental illness. The audience will hear from an individual who has dealt with severe mental illness, and Mike will address the challenges lawyers face when they represent clients who are dealing with mental illness and highlight legal options and tools that can be employed in those situations.  The goal of the session will be to learn about biases about mental illness and to develop an understanding of some of the practical strategies that can lead to better outcomes for clients.

Michael Sampson is special counsel in Maslon’s Estate Planning Group. His legal practice focuses on high-end estate and tax planning, estate and trust administration, charitable planning, and business succession planning. Michael helps his clients focus on what it is they really want to accomplish with their wealth. After assisting his clients in identifying their specific wealth planning goals, Michael works with them and their other professional advisors to develop and implement wealth transfer strategies that are consistent not only with their goals, but also with their cash flow needs and tolerance for risk.

For more information, or to register, go to: Elder Law Institute.


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