MindTap® Paralegal, 1 term (6 months) Instant Access for Brown/Myers' Administration of Wills, Trusts, and Estates, 5th Edition
- Gordon Brown North Shore Community College
- ISBN-10: 1285861213 | ISBN-13: 9781285861210
- © 2015 | Published
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ISBN-10: 1285861205 | ISBN-13: 9781285861203
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"The text catches the interest of students with celebrity wills and cases involving people in history who the students might not know (but it's good that they get exposed to this) and people who the students should know and be able to relate to--this enhances learning. Then it has excellent coverage of the key areas of Will and Estates with great examples and features."— John DeLeo, Central Penn College
"I have had the pleasure of using Gordon Brown's and Scott Myers' text book previously in my classroom and I would use this particular text again as it has a pleasant balance of practical work, assessment, and relevant theory to assist a college level law instructor with what can be at times a difficult topic."— Steven Kempisty, Bryant & Stratton College, Syracuse, NY