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The 2012-2013 edition includes the updated text and official comments of the Uniform Probate Code, Uniform Trust Code, and more than a dozen other acts relating to the field of trusts and estates, including the Uniform Principal and Income Act, Uniform Prudent Investor Act, Uniform Custodial Trust, Revised Uniform Anatomical Gift Act, Uniform Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act, Uniform Parentage Act, Uniform Health-Care Decisions Act, Uniform Simultaneous Death Act, Uniform Transfers to Minors Act, Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act, Model Marital Property Act, and Uniform Premarital Agreement Act. New for this 2012-2013 edition is the Model Protection of Charitable Assets Act, approved by the Uniform Law Commission in 2011. This edition also incorporates the extensive array of technical amendments to the Uniform Probate Code finalized in 2011.The book also includes relevant provisions of the Restatement Third of Trusts and the Restatement Third of Property, as well as selected prior versions of sections of the Uniform Probate Code and the Uniform Principal and Income Act. The book is ideal for teaching basic and advanced courses in wills and trusts. It is also ideal for practitioner reference.