740 - Estate Will Drafting
Professor: Allan J. Samansky
Semester: 2009 Winter
Second Writing? Yes
Professional Responsibility? No
PRE- or CO-REQUISITES: LAW 606, FEDERAL INCOME TAXATION; LAW 656, WILLS AND TRUSTS
The goal of the course is to provide interested students with some of theskills and knowledge needed by attorneys who have an estate planning or general business practice. Topics covered will include wills, trusts, asset protection, retirement planning, and charitable giving. We will also studythe relevant provisions of income, gift, and estate taxes and appropriate planning. Most of the course will be organized around case students, and students will be required to participate in simulations, draft wills and other documents, and prepare short memoranda. The course will be limited to thirty students.
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