L4 Single Subject Wills, Intestacy & Family Provision

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Single Unit Subject – Wills, Intestacy & Family Provision

  • Wills: including the nature of a Will, testamentary capacity, formalities, attestation, additions and alterations, informal wills and revocation
  • Legacies and Devises: including an understanding of legacies, devises, bequests, gifts, lapsing, abatement and ademption
  • Intestacy: including the rules of intestate succession
  • Family provision: including the basis of family provision, the class of claimants and factors taken into account by the Court

Learning Outcomes

  • Be aware of what happens to a persons possessions and effects on their death
  • Be aware of those in whom such possessions and effects will vest upon such death
  • Understand who is entitled to such possessions and effects upon such death

What's included

  • All course material
  • Assignment and test marking
  • Full tutorial support
  • 1 year NALP affiliate membership
  • Certificate on completion

Entry requirements

One of the following is required or equivalent – if unsure, please contact us or phone 0207 112 8034

NALP Level 3 Certificate or Diploma in Paralegal Practice; two A’ Levels; an A’ Level Law; BTEC National Diploma (NVQ/GNVQ Level 3 or above);

CILEX Level 3 Qualifications; ILSPAs Legal Secretary Diploma

Mature Students Welcome (over 25) without any of the above – please contact us to confirm eligibility.

Non UK: Equivalent Qualifications – please contact us to confirm eligibility

Please Note: The NALP Level 4 Diploma in Paralegal Studies is only available in English.

If your first language is not English then you must be able to provide evidence that your spoken and written command of the English Language is adequate for the qualification for which you have applied. e.g. IELTS Level 6, GCSE English.

Assessment

Assignments can be requested when the learner is ready, and once requested and sent, the Learner will have a 4 week period in which to complete the assignment and return by the due date.

Assignments are marked and graded either with a pass (45 – 64%), merit (65 – 79%) and distinction (80-100%).

Tutors are on hand to answer any queries that the learner may have and give unlimited help and guidance if there is anything that the learner may not fully understand with regard to the material.

Compulsory units

Description
Wills: including the nature of a Will, testamentary capacity, formalities, attestation, additions and alterations, informal wills and revocation
Legacies and Devises: including an understanding of legacies, devises, bequests, gifts, lapsing, abatement and ademption
Intestacy: including the rules of intestate succession
Family provision: including the basis of family provision, the class of claimants and factors taken into account by the Court
Learning Outcomes
Be aware of what happens to a persons possessions and effects on their death
Be aware of those in whom such possessions and effects will vest upon such death
Understand who is entitled to such possessions and effects upon such death

Qualification

This is a single unit course, no qualification

Compulsory units
  • Wills, Intestacy and Family Provision
Study type
Distance learning