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Maslon Estate Planning Professionals to Present at the 2019 Probate & Trust Law Section Conference for Minnesota CLE

June 10, 2019

Maslon attorneys Susan Link, Michael Sampson, and Diana Marianetti as well as paralegal Cindy Costello will present at Minnesota CLE's 45th Annual Probate & Trust Law Section Conference on June 10-11, 2019.

Susan will moderate a probate panel of experienced probate practitioners—including Michael and Cindy—in which she will pose not-so-common questions that arise for attorneys and paralegals during the administration of a decedent's estate. Additionally, Susan and Cindy will co-present a session titled "What Every Paralegal Must Know About Estate Administration," in which they will discuss preparing documents for personal representation, including how-to tips, what forms to use, and questions regarding probate administration.

Michael will moderate a panel titled "Planning Strategies Under the 2017 Tax Act: What to do with all that Exemption," which will discuss ideas and techniques to take advantage of the increased transfer tax exemption included in the 2017 tax act. Michael will also demonstrate Minnesota CLE's new automated drafting wills program later in the conference.

Diana will serve as a panelist at a breakout session titled "Rembrandts and Beanie Babies: Answers to Common Questions About Valuing Personal Property." The panel will discuss valuation methods and techniques for everything from Beanie Babies to diamond rings.

In addition, three post-conference webcasts will be offered to conference attendees, and Susan is scheduled to host one of them, titled "Wills for Heroes," on June 24.

For more information or to register, go to: 2019 Probate & Trust Law Section Conference.


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