2019 Probate and Trust Law Section Conference

Minnesota CLE

June 10-11, 2019

St. Paul, MN

Denise S. Rahne

Partner

Co-Chair, Wealth Planning, Administration, and Disputes

Minnesota CLE presents the annual 2019 Probate and Trust Law Section Conference, featuring across-the-board updates on critical, practical issues; 2019 non-tax case law updates; 2019 legislative updates; 65 breakout sessions in 12 topical tracks; and a special one-day option for paralegals.

Denise Rahne will co-present on days one and two in breakout sessions 304 and 610, respectively, on “What Do We Think About Our New Tools?: Non-Judicial Settlement, Modification, and Decanting Under the Minnesota Trust Code.” In 2016, the Minnesota UTC provided practitioners with a set of new tools to be used when encountering challenges, changes, and conflict associated with family trusts. How are we using these tools and to what effect? What have we learned about how these tools can help and where there are associated pitfalls? 

Learn more about the Minnesota CLE 2019 Probate and Trust Law Section Conference

Questions? Contact Christine Berndt at CBerndt@RobinsKaplan.com or 612.349.8404.

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