A person can designate a specific cash amount or a percentage of one’s estate
to be given to the FUMC EVERLIVING CHURCH TRUST.
HOW TO DO THIS?
Each donor’s needs and circumstances are different. The preparation of the Estate Plan and Will should be done with the guidance of professionals (estate-planning attorney, qualified tax professional, financial advisor, and life insurance consultant) familiar with the donor resources and desires. A specific cash amount or percentage of the estate can be designated to the FUMC EVERLIVING CHURCH TRUST in a will. The FUMC EVERLIVING CHURCH TRUST can also be named a “contingent beneficiary” of the estate if the primary beneficiary(s) should pre-decease the donor.