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Mike Sampson to Present on Minnesota Income Taxation of Partial Year Residents for MSBA Probate and Trust Law Section

February 12, 2015

Mike Sampson, partner in Maslon's Estate Planning group, will co-present a 1-hour session for the Minnesota State Bar Association Probate and Trust Law Section on February 12, 2015. The presentation titled, "Minnesota Income Taxation of Partial Year Residents," will discuss Minnesota income taxation of clients who divide their time between Minnesota and other states, with a focus on legislative and administrative developments.

Mike Sampson's legal practice focuses on high-end estate and tax planning, estate and trust administration, charitable planning, and business succession planning. Michael is a frequent speaker at continuing legal education seminars and enjoys teaching as an adjunct professor at Hamline University School of Law in St. Paul (Wills & Trusts, Estate Planning & Tax, and Drafting Wills & Trust Agreements). He is also very active in the Minnesota State Bar Association, currently serving as a member of the Probate and Trust Law Section Council and as co-chair of the Section's Legislation Committee. Michael has also served for the last three years on a special sub-committee that is reviewing Minnesota's trust law.


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