Trusts and Estates

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Fall 2013
Meets: M, T 1:10pm - 3:10pm in Austin Hall Room 101 - East
4 classroom credits

This course involves the study of: (a) intestate succession; (b) wills (including contests, execution, revocation, and interpretation); (c) will substitutes, nonprobate transfers, and planning for incapacity; and (d) trusts (including creation, modification, termination, spendthrift and other asset protection trusts, charitable trusts, portfolio management, and fiduciary administration).

Subject Areas:
Business Organization, Commercial Law, and Finance
Regulatory Law
Family, Gender & Children's Law