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LAW T 513 Estate Planning

Credits: 3


Planning for the small as well as the large estate, with emphasis on the practical aspects and uses of common estate planning documents and techniques. Consideration will be paid to the various methods of lifetime disposition of property, uses of life insurance in estate planning, issues involved in planning for the disabled and terminally ill, and planning for the family with a closely held business. There will be thorough analysis of problems involved in tax-conscious drafting of wills and trusts utilizing future interests, class gifts, powers of appointment, generation skipping, and qualification for the marital deduction. Prerequisite: Law T510 Estate and Gift Taxation I (or equivalent).

Spring, 3 Credit(s)

Course Sections and Instructors
Instructor(s)
Jared Adams

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