Penn Foster’s online Real Estate Law, Wills, & Estates Certificate program is designed for personal enrichment and to teach foundational skills that practicing paralegals can use to take on additional responsibilities in matters involving real estate, wills, and estate administration.
The Real Estate, Wills, and Estates Certificate program teaches the skills practicing paralegals need to take on additional responsibilities in matters involving real estate, wills, and estate administration.
Upon completion of the program, students will be able to...
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The real estate industry — real estate development, construction, sales, leases, and financing—generates a great deal of work for law firms. Paralegals often work with real estate law, and this course is designed to teach you the basics. Real estate law varies some from state to state, but most of the principles are the same in all states.
Textbook: Practical Real Estate Law, Fifth Edition, by Daniel F. Hinkel
Paralegals often handle matters dealing with wills, trusts, and/or estate administration.
Textbook: Wills, Trusts, and Estate Administration for the Paralegal, Fifth Edition, by Dennis R. Hower