Estate Planning 424-W OL: Ethical Issues in EPL
As lawyers, estate planners are subject to the ethical obligations imposed by the profession. An estate planning practice can bring special ethical concerns with it. These include matters such as identifying the client when representing a family or a client whose business is made an integral part of the engagement. Additionally, estate planners have to be sensitive to ethical problems that can arise when representing clients in their dealings with the Internal Revenue Service. This course is designed to sensitize students to these matters and explore appropriate responses when dealing with them.

Section Name: EPL-424-W
Departments: Estate Planning
Prerequisites: This course has a prerequisite of Wealth Transfer Taxation I.
Academic Level: Graduate: LLM and MS/MJ
Course Type:
Credits: 2
Books: To Be Determined