2701360 Family Protection
Course Description :
This course introduces the fundamental skills of intestate succession; family protection; execution of wills; revocation and revival; will contracts and will substitutes; creation of trusts; modification and termination; charitable trusts; fiduciary administration, including probate and contest of wills; construction problems in estate distribution. This course also considers constitutional issues relating to the regulation of family relationships. Among the areas that may be covered are defining what constitutes a family, as well as entry into (marriage, divorce, violence against family).
Department :Social Work
Program :Bachelor Degree in Social Work
Course Level :Bachelor
Course Outline :

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