gift in willA Gift of a LifetimeMany of us work hard to ensure the children in our lives are safe and have everything they need. We strive to protect them, providing love, care, positive experiences, opportunities, and of course an excellent education. We’d like them to have all the things that we had as a child, and more besides. Our aim is to give them the skills for the best possible future.In writing a will, we make sure that everything we offered in life continues in the years to come.However, sadly there are many children who don’t have this privilege. Their young lives are blighted by fear, disease, hunger and stigma. Yet by leaving a legacy to Brighter Futures, you will bring a real and lasting hope to the lives of these children.After you have provided for your loved ones, please consider:• Making a bequest to Brighter Future in your Will or Revocable Trust• Designating Brighter Future as a beneficiary of your Retirement Assets - IRA, 401(k), 403(b) or pension• Naming Brighter Future as a beneficiary of your Life Insurance policy.
How it works1. Complete the appropriate paperwork making Brighter Future a beneficiary of your will, trust, insurance or retirement assets.2. After your lifetime, money and assets are distributed to your heirs and Brighter Future as directed by your estate plan documents.3. Brighter Future uses your bequest for the purpose(s) you specify.Benefits• Maintain control of your assets during your lifetime• Have the flexibility to modify your bequest if your circumstances change• Reduce your taxable estate by the amount given to Brighter Future• Make a significant gift to Brighter Future and designate how it should be used• Experience the satisfaction of knowing you can continue to help children even after you have gone.Please speak to your Solicitor or call us on 01778 422701 for more information.Find a law firmLawyers Christian Fellowship Solicitors for the elderly