Key Estate Planning Documents

Type
Course
Date of Publication
July 7, 2021
Price
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Overview

This course is for Texas landowners, and it identifies five key estate planning documents that every Texan should have and explains the purposes and requirements of each. If you are interested in more than one agricultural law topic, be sure to check out our Owning Your Piece of Texas course before purchasing this course.

Course Information

This course is a part of the larger Owning Your Piece of Texas course. It identifies five key estate planning documents that every Texan should have and explains the purposes and requirements of each.

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify key estate planning documents
  • Distinguish between probate and non-probate assets
  • Identify the contents to include in the Flight Plan
  • Obey the requirements for executing a legally valid will
  • Explain the purpose and legal requirements for an advanced healthcare directive
  • Explain the purpose and legal requirements for a medical power of attorney
  • Explain the purpose and legal requirements for a durable power of attorney

*You will have access to this course for 1 year before your account is unenrolled. If you enroll in the full course, you will have access to all 10 modules for 2 years.*

Disclaimer: This online course is for educational purposes only, does not create an attorney-client relationship, and is not a substitute for competent legal advice by an attorney licensed in your state. The information provided is merely provided as general guidance.

This course comes with the online version of the handbook. A hard copy may be purchased by contacting Lacrecia at 806-677-5600 or emailing Lacrecia.garza@ag.tamu.edu.

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