Your will is your final act of stewardship and care, a means to purposefully allocate your resources to support the people and causes you hold dear. When you give a gift (also known as a “bequest”) in your will or trust, you model to your loved ones a legacy of generosity. You also help ensure that ReFrame Ministries will continue to make a difference well beyond your lifetime.
Benefits of Gifts in Your Will
- Legacy. Extend the impact of your generosity well beyond your lifetime.
- Availability. Retain access to your God-given resources for the remainder of your lifetime, or for as long as you need them.
- Capacity. You can potentially make the largest gift you will ever have the ability to give.
An up-to-date Will or Living Trust
Are you an empty nester? Do you have a new grandchild? It is probably time to review your estate plans. As your planning needs change over the years, your will should be updated to manage these changes. Your first will is usually prepared when there are young children in a family. As children reach maturity, different concerns will emerge. Wills that were once adequate must be updated to meet new challenges and circumstances.
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