Planned gifts–bequests, trusts, annuities, insurance, real estate, IRAs and other ways to give–may be established during a donor's lifetime or through a will or estate plan. There are many ways to support Burroughs.
We hope our website has answered many of your questions about living wills. Here are some actions to take to learn more about this estate planning document.
- Set up a meeting with your estate planning attorney to get your living will and medical power of attorney in place.
- Learn more about getting your estate plans in order.
- Contact Jim Kemp at 314-993-4040 x256 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have about including John Burroughs School in your estate plans.
In addition to a living will, make sure you have a will and a durable power of attorney in place.
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