Kemp Klein

By Neal Nusholtz

Restitution in Criminal Tax Cases and IRS Tax Assessments

Published in Leimberg’s Income Tax Planning email Newsletter, Jan 2023





Every month I summarize the most important probate cases in Michigan. Now I publish my summaries as a service to colleagues and friends. I hope you find these summaries useful and I am always interested in hearing thoughts and opinions on these cases.

Alan May is a shareholder who is sought after for his experience in guardianships, conservatorships, trusts, wills, forensic probate issues and probate.  He has written, published and lectured extensively on these topics.

He was selected for inclusion in the 2007 and 2008 issues of Michigan Super Lawyers magazine featuring the top 5% of attorneys in Michigan and has been called by courts as an expert witness on issues of fees and by both plaintiffs and defendants as an expert witness in the area of probate and trust law.  He is listed by Martindale-Hubbell in the area of Probate Law among its Preeminent Lawyers.



In Re Ragsdale Estate



In re Storto Trust



Committing Common Law Crimes While Practicing Tax Law



Unexpected Values
-Published in Steve Leimberg’s Financial Products Planning email Newsletter, Archive Message #22, December 12, 2022



JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A., v Winget