Now your paralegal students can master the intricacies of wills, trusts, and estates quickly and effectively with this 'learning by doing' approach. WILLS, TRUSTS, AND ESTATES FOR LEGAL ASSISTANTS covers all of the course material in depth, but with a greater emphasis on examples, applications, and follow-up exercises than other texts. Students get plenty of practice, gaining a 'hands-on' familiarity with each new concept before moving on. The author team bring the ideal credentials to this blend of principles and practice. Thorough coverage of estate law with more examples, applications, and practice materials: a complete introduction of estate law covers interstate succession, wills, estate administration, nonprobate transfers, trusts, and other estate planning concerns, including tax issues and malpractice a 'learning by doing approach' that uses more examples and applications with text discussions, directly followed by practice exercises -- giving students working knowledge of new concepts before moving on an experienced author team combines the dual expertise of a noted law professor and a top paralegal instructor, ensuring the right balance of scholarship and practice extensive pedagogy for paralegal students reinforces the discussions in each chapter with marginal key terms, ethical points, checklists, practice tips, and a glossary of termsGerry W. Beyer is the author of 'Wills, Trusts, and Estates for Legal Assistants' with ISBN 9780735524101 and ISBN 0735524106.