Wills for the Underserved Program
ACTEC Fellow Professor Susan Gary began the Wills for the Underserved Program in Eugene, OR at the University of Oregon School of Law following work she had done with the American Bar Association’s Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section (RPTE), thanks to the support of The ACTEC Foundation. Learn more about how the program works, the impact of experientable learning on participating law students and the reaction from qualified recipients.
Supporting documents for “A How-To Wills Mentorship Program” are available for law schools and faculty download.
Additional videos from The Voices of The ACTEC Foundation series:
Latest ACTEC Trust and Estate Talk Podcasts
Patagonia Purpose Trusts
The founder of Patagonia clothing transferred $3B of stock to a Purpose Trust. What is a Purpose Trust and how does it meet Patagonia’s corporate objectives?
Tips for Joint Representation of Spouses: Part 2 of 2
Podcast two of joint representation offers four more tips for lawyers and the red flags to watch out for as they ensure both spouses are represented equally.
Tips for Joint Representation of Spouses: Engagement Letters (Pt. 1 of 2)
Four tips practitioners need to keep in mind when providing joint representation to spouses and where to find sample attorney engagement letters.