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LAW 741S Estate Planning 2.0 Credits

This class will introduce students to the fundamental principles and objectives of estate planning. With these fundamentals, the course will then examine the basic tools and techniques used in planning an estate to meet the needs of an individual or married couple, such as wills, various types of trusts, and lifetime gift giving. Probate of an estate, durable power of attorneys, guardianships, and planning for other life situations will also be explored.

College/Department: Thomas R. Kline School of Law
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: LAW 740S [Min Grade: D]

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