General, Solo, Small Firms, Real Estate Law

General CLE: Property Law for Non-Real Estate Attorneys


Can I just do a quitclaim deed?

Why you can’t, and other things that the general practitioner should know about real estate law.

In this course the speaker will discuss topics including how to make sure property transfers in a divorce decree, how to properly bring real property into an estate via a will, and how to add a little real estate law into your practice.


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This was a very good primer/refresher, and the speaker was engaging.

Great info. I am glad that I watched this.

Valuable, basic, and reliable information delivered in an engaging manner.

This was one of the most informative hours I have ever experienced in a CLE session. As a non real estate attorney I realized the extraordinary number of traps and pitfalls that someone could face dabbling in this type of work. This would best be left up to people who are highly experienced. I would say to a young attorney, find a mentor before jumping in to real estate law. For me, the most useful information was bringing real estate into a will with more than one heir. Great CLE!

This was a great refresher on property law! I had forgotten many of these terms and I loved the tips about what to include and not include in wills.


Course Pricing
  • Member: 45.00
  • Non-Member: 75.00
  • Section: 35.00
TBA members who are judges, lawmakers and law students can take TBA CLE onsite courses at no charge for the programming. There may be a separate charge if meals, special materials or other premium features are involved.
Course InformationHighlights
  • Flexible to your schedule
  • Viewable on desktop or mobile devices
  • Discount for section members
Course Credits Dual Credits: 0.00
General Credits: 1.00
Total Credits: 1

This program will be filed for Tennessee CLE credit. Please email a request to for Georgia and Mississippi CLE credit.