William Forsberg focuses his practice on estate planning, taxation and corporate law. He is a frequent lecturer both nationally and locally, has published several articles on tax and estate planning, and has been quoted in such national publications as the Wall Street Journal.
William is a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, and is Vice-Chair of the Business Planning Group of the Real Property Trust and Estate Law Section (RPTE) of the American Bar Association, which deals with tax planning issues that impact family businesses. He has also been nominated as a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation and, while serving as chair of two task forces for the Business Planning Groups of the RPTE Law Section of the American Bar Association, he and other group members submitted comments to the IRS on estate tax issues, including one submission to Congress. William is licensed in Minnesota and Florida, is certified in Tax Law by The Florida Bar, and is a Minnesota Certified Public Accountant (inactive).
William has been recognized by his peers since 2005 as one of the top 40 Minnesota estate planning “SuperLawyers®”, as noted in Minnesota Law & Politics, and is listed in The Best Lawyers in America. William served as an adjunct professor at William Mitchell College of Law where he taught courses in trusts and estates and estate and gift taxation, and is a frequent contributor to Minnesota State Bar Association's Bench & Bar of Minnesota magazine.