Creating a legacy of giving is easier than you think. Before you get swept up in holiday get-togethers and end of the year parties, take some time to start creating your legacy at the organizations you care about most, like Research to Prevent Blindness.
Here are two ideas to help you get started.
Making changes to your will or living trust will require that you set time aside to meet with your estate planning attorney. We promise the time you spend to plan for your future, and ours, will be time well spent.
Contact Nora Scott at 646-892-9560 or email@example.com to learn more about how you can give the gift of future support and create your legacy at RPB.
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