All the wills, trusts, and estates-related subjects tested on the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE). That means they have you covered when it comes to related essay questions on the Multistate Essay Exam (MEE). Plus, they cover most of the topics discussed in related law school classes.

Intestate succession

  • Share of surviving spouse
  • Share of children and others
  • Share of ancestors and collaterals
  • Advancements
  • Simultaneous death


  • Execution requirements
  • Integration
  • Incorporation
  • Facts of independent significance
  • Codicils
  • Revocation
  • Revival
  • Contractual wills
  • Construction problems
  • Will contests
  • Nonprobate Transfers
  • Powers and duties of personal representative

Family protection

  • Omitted spouse
  • Elective share
  • Pretermitted children

Living wills, durable health care powers

  • Execution requirements
  • Revocation
  • Authority of agent


  • Classification
  • Creation
  • Types of trusts
  • Alienability of interests
  • Protective trusts
  • Trustee powers and duties

Future interests

  • Common types of interests
  • Appointment powers
  • Acceleration of future interests
  • Rule Against Perpetuities (RAP)

Construction Problems

  • Children and issue
  • Death without issue
  • Survivorship problems
  • Gifts to classes
  • Worthier Title
  • Gifts by implication