Estate planning is an important process that requires thoughtful consideration. Everyone should have a will. Without a will, we forfeit our legal right to control the disposition of the property we have accumulated with a lifetime of effort.
Below are some helpful steps to follow as you begin to plan your estate. We hope that you will consider remembering the Marist Brothers in your will. The Marist Brothers have educated and helped develop thousands of Christian leaders through our schools. We need your generous financial assistance if we are to continue to provide excellence in education and provide for the needs of our elderly and disabled Brothers.
Five Steps To A Successful Will Plan
Step One: Careful Reflection
Step Two: Consultation
Step Three: Skillful Drafting
Step Four: Review Your Will
Step Five: Safekeeping
All contributions are tax-deductible as provided by law. For additional information, please contact Br. Hugh Turley, FMS at (773) 881-5343 or email him at [email protected].
Click here for our legal name and other important information you will need when remembering The Marist Brothers in your will.
Br. John Klein, FMS
Director of Major Gifts and Planned Giving
The Marist Brothers
Marist Development Office
2115 Pitman Avenue
Bronx, New York 10466
Email: [email protected]