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Since the majority of law offices perform estate planning. This text covers all topics in a procedural, step-by-step fashion. It includes the legal and decision making processes involved in drawing up a will, appointing a personal representative, the passing of intestate property, and the rights of a surviving people. Vignettes are included that depict the legal assistant at work. It also details the administration of an estate, the purpose of estate planning, tax implications, and the creation of various types of trusts.
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Gordon Brown, J.D. is a Professor of Paralegal Studies at North Shore Community College in Danvers, MassachusettsReview:
Chapter 1: Where There's a Will Chapter 2: Estate Planning Chapter 3: A Bundle of Rights Chapter 4. Intestate Succession Chapter 5: The Last Will and Testament Chapter 6: Structure of a Model Will Chapter 7: Family Protection, Lapses, and Ademption Chapter 8: Trusts Chapter 9: Specialized Trusts Chapter 10: Probate Courts and Uniform Laws Chapter 11: The Personal Representative Chapter 12: Probating a Will and Administering an Estate Chapter 13: Estate Taxes Chapter 14: Final Choices Appendices
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Book Description Delmar Pub, 1997. Hardcover. Condition: New. 2nd. Seller Inventory # DADAX0827375646