Why Do You Need a Will?
- A will allows you to provide for your family
- A will lets you distribute your assets as you wish
- A will permits you to leave a legacy without depleting assets now
- With planning, a will can save a significant amount on estate taxes
Have you written a will yet? When was the last time you updated your will? Do you know where or to whom your assets will go? Do you understand the possible problems your family will encounter if you do not have a will?
These and many other questions need to be addressed to safeguard your assets and provide for your family and friends.
By making a bequest in your will, you may assign any amount to the Congregation of the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Boston free of estate tax.. There are several ways you can accomplish this. You can designate a dollar amount, a percentage of your estate, with or without restrictions.
A will allows you to remember the people and organizations you care about most. We recommend that you obtain counsel of professional advisors and an attorney who specializes in estate planning.