Michael D. Mulligan and Wife Terry Receive the Keith Shahan Award from Aim High St. Louis

Photo by Micah Usher of Ladue News

Lewis Rice member and Estate Planning & Probate Department Co-Chair Michael D. Mulligan and his wife Terry received the Keith Shahan award from Aim High St. Louis at its annual Luminosity Fundraiser in March. Aim High St. Louis works to strengthen the character, self-confidence, determination, and initiative of middle school students from high-risk environments through an academic and personal enrichment program. The Shahan Award recognizes individuals and organizations whose contributions have made an irrefutable mark on the organization. The Mulligan's advocacy of Aim High St. Louis over the years has led to the growth and success of hundreds of local young participants.

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Mike is a principal originator of the estate planning strategy of sale to defective trust for an installment note, which is now widely used by estate planners nationally. He has been elected to the Estate Planning Hall of Fame® and has been awarded the Accredited Estate Planner® (Distinguished) designation by the National Association of Estate Planners & Councils.

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