Estate Planning II
Spring 2023 • Section 21
This course examines the advanced planning techniques for charitable giving, the generation-skipping tax, qualified and non-qualified employee benefits, private business buy outs and similar transactions, grantor retained trust interests, use of a business as an estate planning tool, life insurance, elderly and disabled persons and divorce and non-traditional relationships. In addition, the drafting of irrevocable trusts (including Crummey powers), shareholder agreements, partnership agreements and valuation techniques, are covered.
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Additional Time Requirements
This is one credit 7 week course, Begins March 9 and ends April 20.
This is a Graduate Tax Program course. JD students must obtain permission to register from Andrew Weiner, Director, Grad Tax Program.
You must have completed the following courses before enrolling in this course:
- LAW G513 (Estate Planning I) or LAW G803 (Estate Planning I)