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Estate Planning (3990)

Studies the concepts and techniques required to apply the principles of wills, trusts, and taxation in the development of estate plans. Topics include drafting of wills and trusts, probate practice and procedure, and income taxation of trusts and estates. The course is intended to be an introduction to estate planning, valuable to both the person intending to specialize in the field and the general practitioner.

Grading: Letter graded.

Credits: 3

Offered: Spring

Categories: Bar Courses

Subject Areas: Estates and Trusts

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