Estates and Trusts (3960)

Studies the law of trusts and decedents’ estates, including intestate succession, limitations on testamentary power, execution, construction, revocation, and contest of wills; effect of change on dispositions; the revocable and irrevocable trust; the rights and interests of the beneficiary; charitable trusts; estate and trust administration, powers, duties, and liabilities of the fiduciary; principal and income allocation, and will substitutes.

Grading: Exam

Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite OR Co-requisite: Property I

Credits: 2 or 3 credits depending on the offering. Credit level for a specific section will be listed in the course schedule.

Offered: Fall/Spring

Categories:
Statutory Course

Subject Areas:
Bar Preparation
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Taught by: Donna Byrne Carolyn Grose

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