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last-will-testament

With a planned bequest, you can designate Congregation Kol Ami as the direct beneficiary of specific assets, or a portion of your estate, or the residue of your estate after payment of other bequests. Below are samples of different types of bequests; however, please consult with your estate planning attorney to prepare or amend your existing will.

General Bequest
A general bequest is for a specific dollar amount:

I bequeath the sum of $________________ to Congregation Kol Ami, a not-for-profit organization, located at 252 Soundview Avenue, White Plains, NY 10606

Specific Bequest
A specific bequest is for a specific piece of property:

I bequeath (describe property) to The Kol Ami Legacy Fund of Congregation Kol Ami, a not-for-profit Organization located at 252 Soundview Avenue, White Plains, NY 10606.

Residuary Bequest 
A residuary Bequest may be for a percentage or all of the remaining estate after payment of debts, taxes, expenses and all other bequests:

I devise and bequeath _______percent of the residue of my estate to The Kol Ami Legacy Fund of Congregation Kol Ami, a not-for-profit organization located at 252 Soundview Avenue, White Plains, NY 10606;

OR:

I devise and bequeath the rest, residue and remainder of my estate to The Kol Ami Legacy Fund of Congregation Kol Ami, a not-for profit organization located at 252 Soundview Avenue, White Plains, NY 10606

Contingent Bequest
A contingent bequest plans for the situation when the beneficiary of a bequest dies before you or disclaims the property:

If (name of person) pre-deceases me or disclaims any interest in ( describe property), I bequeath such property to The Kol Ami Legacy Fund of Congregation Kol Ami, a not-for-profit organization located at 252 Soundview Avenue, White Plains, NY 10606.