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Bequests

Your attorney can help you design an estate plan that provides for your family, preserves your property, and supports Adirondack Architectural Heritage. If you wish to advise us that you have named Adirondack Architectural Heritage as a beneficiary, we will be able to properly acknowledge your bequest.

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Bequest options include:

Specific Dollar Amount Bequest

Adirondack Architectural Heritage receives a specific dollar amount from an estate.

I give and bequeath (state dollar amount) to Adirondack Architectural Heritage, Keeseville, New York, for its general charitable purposes.

Specific Property Bequest

Adirondack Architectural Heritage receives particular assets, such as real estate, royalties, or art objects.

I give and bequeath (description of property) to Adirondack Architectural Heritage, Keeseville, New York, for its general charitable purposes.

Residuary Bequest

Adirondack Architectural Heritage receives all or part of the remainder of the estate after taxes, expenses, and specific bequests have been made.

I give, devise, and bequeath all the rest, residue, and remainder of my property, of whatever nature and wherever situated to Adirondack Architectural Heritage, Keeseville, New York, for its general charitable purposes.

Contingent Bequest

Adirondack Architectural Heritage receives property only under certain circumstances, if, for example, another beneficiary predeceases the donor.

If my (wife, husband, or other name) does not survive me, I give, devise, and bequeath all the rest, residue, and reminder of my property, of whatever nature and wherever situated, to Adirondack Architectural heritage, Keeseville, New York, for its general charitable purposes.

If you would like additional information about including Adirondack Architectural Heritage in your estate plans, please contact Steven Engelhart, Executive Director.