Omaha Charitable Planning Attorneys
Many people want to include charitable giving in their estate plan, such as leaving behind property or money for a charity that was dear to them. This can be achieved with something as simple as a standalone trust document that provides for a charity, or it could be a little bit more complex.
Planning for charitable contributions in your estate plan can be accomplished in a variety of ways. Money can be donated as part of your will, or you can establish charitable lead trusts or charitable remainder trusts to give benefits to both your loved ones and a charity of your choice.
For additional information, please contact an Omaha estate planning attorney at Bottlinger Law L.L.C. at (402) 505-8234.
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