I am interested in going into tax/estate law, but I do not know which schools are more well known for these areas of law. Does any one know where to go to do some research on schools for these topics. Thanks.
Thanks for the feedback. I thought that it was suppose to give the reviewer some kind of idea why I am looking at law school, but from the reviews I guess that is not the correct thing. Could you please point me in the correct way. Is there some book that I can look at with examples or something. But I bet most of you will tell me to look at the board. Again thanks for the feedback.
That is one of the programs tha I am looking at. There requirements are almost like the day programs, and out of like 600 or so people that applied only 92 were let in. O am still looking at that program, but I do not know that I can get in on my numbers. Good look of you do try for it.
I am a financial analyst at a financial planning firm. What I have been doing the past couple of months is working with a client that has terminal cancer try and get his estate in order. The biggest issues with this client are the he has a huge estate (over 30 million) which is very illiquid (can not easlly sell property for cash), try to provide for the children (both under the age of 18), try and save in estate taxes (over 16 million), and try to keep the childrens lifes as uneffected as possible. Then I would take about what we did to help the client.
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