Spring 2014 seminar
M 5:00pm - 7:00pm in WCC Room 3011
2 classroom credits
This course will examine basic and sophisticated estate planning techniques. It will take a practical perspective, studying how the estate planner navigates the federal transfer tax and property law rules with sensitivity to a client's personal circumstances and concerns in order to achieve the client's objectives. Grading will be based upon practice exercises and class participation.
Prerequisite: Trusts and Estates, which may be taken concurrently with this course as well.
Subject Areas: Taxation, Family, Gender & Children's Law, Procedure & Practice