The Estate Administration Series is a six-part, 12 hour, comprehensive course presenting the fundamental and practical concepts of estate administration, with an emphasis on the Maryland probate and estate tax provisions. Topics to be covered include: Orphans’ Court procedures and forms; the appraisal process; tax on non-probate assets; claims; expenses and fees; distributions including special problems of minors; funding marital deductions bequests; intestacy; unlocated heirs; and lapse and special probate procedures. This evening course is designed for attorneys who practice in the area of Estate and Trust law, paralegals who assist in the area of Estate and Trust law, Registers of Wills, Orphans’ Court Judges, and anyone involved in the administration of an estate.
Please click the following link to purchase the latest edition of the publication Gibber on Estate Administration, 7th Edition.
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**The publication will serve as the primary written materials for this program.**
**Please note the publication must be purchased to receive CLE hours from Virginia.**
Twelve (12) hours credit will be offered for the surrounding MCLE states of Virginia, Delaware and Pennsylvania.
This On-Demand is also available as part of the Essentials of Maryland Estate and Trust Practice curriculum. This curriculum offers the courses and publications in one package, that would cost hundreds more to purchase separately. Learn more!