NVEPC Membership Meeting: Helping Clients Mitigate Income Taxes: Section 199A and the Proposed Regulations

Date: Tuesday, October 23, 2018
Time: 11:30am - 1:30pm
Location: Maggiano's Tysons Corner - Tysons Galleria, 2001 International Dr, McLean, VA 22102
Speaker: M.R. Litman, Attorney - Williams Mullen

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Join us October 23 for the NVEPC Membership Meeting: Helping Clients Mitigate Income Taxes: New 199A Proposed Regulations, presented by M.R. Litman of Williams Mullen. 

About the Presentation:

During this session, Litman will discuss how the new Internal Revenue Code § 199A impacts estate planning clients, including the proposed regulations issued by the Treasury and IRS on August 8, 2018, and what steps attorneys and advisors should take in light of the new code section and proposed regulations. 

This event has been approved for 1.0 CFP credit.


About the Speaker:

M.R. Litman focuses her practice on estate tax planning, estate and trust taxation and administration, business succession planning, and fiduciary litigation. M.R. enjoys working with clients to accomplish their estate planning goals, including the preparation and administration of wills and trusts. 

She has extensive experience litigating will contests, will and trust construction cases, family and probate disputes, and cases which involve the misconduct of fiduciaries and the misappropriation of funds. She has handled several complex family disputes involving elective share claims, prenuptial agreements, business succession planning, and the administration of estates in multiple jurisdictions.

M.R. works with disabled and incapacitated persons and their families in the establishment of special needs trusts and advises on guardianship and conservatorship matters.

She also handles general corporate work for closely held businesses and nonprofits, including nonprofit
formation. She is a member of the board of 
Read to Them, a nonprofit organization that promotes family literacy.

M.R. is admitted to practice in Virginia and West Virginia. She earned her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Richmond School of Law, where she served as the recruitment editor for the Journal of Law and the Public Interest. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree, cum laude, in political science from Vanderbilt University.


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Cancellation Policy: Guest registrations can be cancelled up to three (3) business days before event, and must be in writing via email.  If the NVEPC member, or their guest, does not cancel the guest’s event registration, or does not attend the event, then the NVEPC member will be charged the full guest fee.


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