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Michael Sampson to Present at Minnesota CLE's Options for Modifying and Terminating Trusts Seminar

December 17, 2018

Michael Sampson, partner in Maslon's Estate Planning Group, will lead Minnesota CLE's Options for Modifying and Terminating Trusts – Does Irrevocable Really Mean Irrevocable? seminar on December 17, 2018. Michael, who served on the committee that drafted and adopted Minnesota's 2016 re-write of the Minnesota Trust Code, will present on the topic of irrevocable trusts under Minnesota trust law. He will discuss issues within the material purpose of the settlor, virtual representation, beneficiary versus qualified beneficiary, and non-judicial agreements versus court action. Michael will be joined on the panel by an elder law attorney and a trust litigator.

Michael's 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, go to: Minnesota CLE, Options for Modifying and Terminating Trusts


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