Real Estate, Wills and Estates for Paralegals Certificate

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Penn Foster Career School offers the Real Estate, Wills, and Estates for Paralegals Certificate Program, which can help you enhance your paralegal skills with an understanding of real estate law, wills, and trusts. Discover more about the Real Estate, Wills, and Estates for Paralegals Certificate Program here.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Kind of Program Is It?

The Real Estate, Wills, and Estates for Paralegals Certificate Program is a study-at-home program offered by Penn Foster Career School and is designed to provide a basic understanding of property law and estate administration. The program includes an introductory to real estate law, including the use of real estate law legal forms and paralegal duties for assisting transactional real estate attorneys. You can also learn about the terminology and legal principles used for drafting wills and trusts as well as how estates are planned and administered.

What Are the Prerequisites?

Before applying to the Real Estate, Wills, and Estates for Paralegals Certificate Program, you should have a solid foundation in paralegal concepts, as well as educational or work-related experience in the field.

What Are the Course Requirements?

The Real Estate, Wills, and Estates for Paralegals Certificate Program consists of two courses. In order to complete the courses, you will need high-speed Internet, Microsoft® Office 2010, and a Windows®-based computer with a Windows® XP or later operating system.

Course CodeCourse Name
PLS 215Real Estate Law
PLS 217Wills and Estates

What Are My Post-Graduation Opportunities?

Career Opportunities

The Real Estate, Wills, and Estates for Paralegals Certificate Program is designed to expand your paralegal knowledge base by offering you specialized information in property law, wills, and estates. You can use the program as a way to improve your current paralegal position or enhance your legal practice.

Advanced Degrees

The credits you earn in the Real Estate, Wills, and Estates for Paralegals Certificate Program can be transferred to Penn Foster Career School's associate degree program in Paralegal studies. The Paralegal Studies Program offers an in-depth examination of legal concepts and procedures, which can help you prepare for increased responsibilities in the field.