Voices of The ACTEC Foundation: Intestacy Laws Research
The Voices of The ACTEC Foundation video series offers donors insight into the significance of their gifts. The first video showcased two graduates of the Dennis I. Belcher Young Leaders Program; the second highlighted the 2004 first place winner of the Mary Moers Wenig Student Writing Competition.
In this latest presentation, you will learn about a grant received by Professor Danaya Wright, University of Florida, Levin College of Law. She and her research team of law students speak about the importance of data generated for an empirical study on the nature of testamentary disposition of assets in nontraditional families. Learn about the positive impact YOUR donations have made on valuable trust and estate research!
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