Making a gift in your Will to Modbury Hospital Foundation
Including a bequest to Modbury Hospital Foundation in your Will is very
simpleÖ.when you make a Will, or update your existing one, ask your solicitor to
include a bequest to Modbury Hospital Foundation. We advise you to discuss
options with your solicitor to see which one is right for you.
What to do if you donít have a Will
If you havenít yet made a Will or are not sure about how to include a bequest in
your Will, you can speak to any solicitor who offers a Will-writing service.
Your Bequest options
Here are two effective options for including a bequest in your Will.
you the advantage of ensuring that the real dollar value of your bequest is not
eroded by inflation over time in the way that the value of a lump sum bequest
might be eroded, maintaining the strength of the bequest and its power to serve
the local community.
1. The residue of your estate
After you have looked after your family and friends and any debts, you may
choose to leave what remains to the Modbury Hospital Foundation.
This is called
a residuary bequest, because it relates to the residue (or remainder) of your
Many people choose this option because it means you look after your
loved ones and other commitments first.
2. A percentage of the residue of your estate
An alternative is to give a percentage of the residue of your estate.
These are not the only ways you can make a bequest to Modbury Hospital
Foundation. Should you wish to choose an alternative method, please discuss this
with your Solicitor.
Need more help?
If you would like to discuss any aspect of making a gift to Modbury Hospital
Foundation through your Will, our Executive Officer can provide further
information and professional contacts.
Ph: 08 8161 2626 or email
Click here to download the Bequest Form for more information: