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Graduate Catalog 2013-2014

LAW 621 - Estate Planning

An overview of the estate planning process, including considerations entering into the structure and completion of an estate plan.  This course includes a discussion of the information-gathering process and the preparation of such estate planning documents as wills, trusts, and durable powers of attorney. It also includes a consideration of the various methods that may be used to reduce estate taxes for the client, both through lifetime and testamentary planning.

Prerequisites:
LAW 575, 591, 615

Credits: 3



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