Georgia Wills, Trusts and Estate Administration is ideal for anyone interested in acquiring a basic understanding of the aspects of Georgia law related to the field of estate planning. It provides a general framework of the substantive theory of wills, trusts and estate administration. Even though this area of the law can be quite complex, this textbook is designed to be simple and practical. The authors introduce the reader to the basics in a straightforward manner so that the book can be used as a guide to paralegals (and attorneys) as they enter private practice.
Each chapter of Georgia Wills, Trusts and Estate Administration is organized to address the most salient issues in the field and to introduce key terms and basic concepts. Additionally, a glossary and index are included at the end for easy access. Selected portions of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated and the Internal Revenue Code are included in appendices for quick reference. In another appendix, the authors provide useful links to various electronic and social media resources for additional information on this area of the law. For instructors, they have crafted a comprehensive instructor's manual, including sample syllabi provisions and course schedules, PowerPoint slides, a testbank with answer key, answers to in-chapter assignments, and project ideas.
There is a set of 193 PowerPoint slides available upon adoption. To view a set of sample slides, click here. If you are a professor using this book for a class, please contact Erin at email@example.com to request your slides.