Make A Bequest
A valid will is a legally enforceable document that names the people and/or organisations you nominate to care for family members and to receive your assets when you die.
You should contact a solicitor, trust office or the Law Society in your state or territory for advice about preparing a will. Most trust companies specialise in preparing wills and do not charge a fee if they are appointed executor of the estate.
Once you have a will, it is important to keep it up to date to reflect your current family situation. When you create or update your will, please consider adding a gift bequest to Children’s Medical Research Institute.
Suggested form of Bequest
“I give and bequeath to the Children’s Medical Research Institute (CMRI) ABN 47 002 684 737 (the residue of my Estate/____% of my Estate/the sum of $ ______) free of all duties for the purposes of the said Institute, and the receipt of the Secretary or Treasurer of the Institute shall be sufficient discharge for the executor.”
Arranging to leave a bequest to CMRI is simple, but it will make a lasting difference to the health of future generations.
For more information about bequests to the CMRI contact email@example.com or call 1800 436 437.