There are a number of ways you can nominate Mentis Assist to be a charitable beneficiary of your Will by
- Donating a specific amount of percentage of your will
- Contributing amounts from your insurance policies
- Allocating the interest accumulating from family trust accounts
- Gifting of property, land and/or buildings
To ensure your intention to make a bequest is clearly understood by your Executor, it is essential that you word this correctly. An example of how to do this is as follows is only a guide, for more information access professional legal advice:
- “I give, devise, and bequest to Mentis Assist the sum of $ __________ or ________ % (or a description of the specific assess), for the benefit of Mentis Assist and its general purposes.”
A contingency Bequest allows you to leave and percentage of your estate to Mentis Assist if your named beneficiary does not survive you. The following is a guide only, for more information please seek professional legal advice:
- "I devise and bequeath the residue of the property, real and personal and wherever situated, owned by me at my death, to (name of beneficiary), if (she/he) survives me. If (name of beneficiary) does not survive me, I devise and bequeath my residuary estate to Mentis Assist, for its general purposes."
If you decide to make a bequest to Mentis Assist, please consider contacting us so that we can acknowledge your generous gift in person.