One of the most common ways to provide long-term support for Vermont Law School is to include us in your will as a beneficiary. There are several easy ways to do this. You can include the law school as the beneficiary of either a specific dollar amount or a piece of real or tangible property. Alternatively, you can bequeath a specific percentage of your estate to the school. You can also designate Vermont Law School as a Contingent Beneficiary.
You may want to use the following examples as guides when you update your will or create a codicil to include Vermont Law School as a beneficiary of your estate.
Specific Amount or Asset: "I give, devise, and bequeath to Vermont Law School located in South Royalton, Vermont, the sum of _______________ (or, all my right title and interest in the property described herein)."
Specific Percentage: "I give, devise and bequeath to Vermont Law School located in South Royalton, Vermont, ___percent of the residue of my estate.
Contingent Bequest: "Should (name of individual) predecease me, then I direct that my executor provide that his/her interest shall be made payable to Vermont Law School, located in South Royalton, Vermont.
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