Did you know you can include non-profits and other charities in your estate plan?
Your estate plan can indeed include giving to your favorite charities. It’s a wonderful way to support causes close to your heart and has benefits not only for the charity, but your family as well.
Charitable planning doesn’t have to be complicated. You can give directly to your church or charity of choice with cash, stocks, or real estate deeds. This is especially useful for assets in which you have a low basis and would otherwise pay large capital gains taxes. There are also options if you prefer that your giving is contingent on a specific circumstance. To discuss these options and your charitable wishes, please contact Stapleton Elder Law.