A bequest may be in the form of cash, securities, real estate, or other property. You can specify that The University of Findlay is to receive a certain amount or percentage of your estate, specific assets, or the remainder of your estate after providing for heirs.
Following are some examples of various types of bequests:
- Specific bequests are used to make a gift of a specific dollar amount or specific asset, such as personal property, real estate or securities.
- Residuary bequests are used to give all or a portion of the remainder of your estate after payment of expenses and any specific amounts designated to other beneficiaries.
- Contingent bequests will result in a gift to UF only in the event of the death of other beneficiaries or the fulfillment of certain conditions described in your estate plans.
To discuss making a bequest or for assistance in drafting language, please complete the form below to contact us.