Include Life Legal Defense Foundation in your estate plan.
The Life Legal Defense Foundation relies on current and long-term support of individuals and families who believe in the importance of its work. The most common estate planning documents include a Will and/or Living Trust. The proper documents are determined by your goals and the State in which you reside.
You can include LLDF in your planning with a specific gift amount, or with a percentage of your residual estate. Typical language for the gift could be:
“I hereby give to The Life Legal Defense Foundation, a non-profit corporation under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, P.O. Box 2105, Napa, CA 94558, the sum of $________.”
“All or a % of my residual estate to be used for their general purposes.”
Your Estate Planning Attorney will need the following information:
Legal Name: The Life Legal Defense Foundation, a non-profit corporation under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Legal Address: P.O. Box 2105, Napa, CA 94558
Tax ID Number: 68-0191488.
The Life Legal Defense Foundation is 501(c)(3) organization and is primarily involved in defending the civil rights of pro-life advocates. All contributions and bequests made to The Life Legal Defense Foundation are tax deductible.
There are other ways to support The Life Legal Defense Foundation such as:
- Naming The Life Legal Defense Foundation as the beneficiary of life insurance policies, individual retirement accounts, annuities and Charitable Gift Annuities.
- Placing highly appreciated assets into a “tax advantaged Charitable Remainder Trust.” This can help avoid capital gains tax as well as supply a stream of income to your family with a current income tax deduction and long term gift to The Life Legal Defense Foundation. A similar “tax advantaged, Charitable Lead Trust” can provide current income to The Life legal Defense Foundation while preserving the asset for your family.
- Private Foundations.
The Life Legal Defense Foundation can provide you with names of Estate Planning Attorneys and Tax Professionals in your area who can help you effectively plan your estate. You can contact The Life Legal Defense Foundation by telephone or email. Phone (707) 224-6675; Email.
The Life Legal Defense Foundation is not engaged in providing estate planning or tax advice services. The purpose of the above information is to provide general information that might be helpful in considering a planned gift. The information provided should not be substituted for the advice from a qualified Estate Planning Attorney and/or Tax Professional.