Charitable Planning in Virginia

Serving Clients in Charlottesville, Winchester, Richmond and surrounding towns


What if I want to include charities or not-for-profits in my estate plan?

Charitable gift planning can be simple a simple process. For example, you can write a check, hand over cash, transfer stock or sign a quit-claim deed to real estate directly to the charity of your choosing. On the other hand, there are more involved strategies whereby you can give and receive depending on your unique circumstances.

Charitable giving is a great way to support your favorite non-profit. Even better, planned giving can help you make sizeable gifts that can benefit both the charity and your family.

The attorneys at Stapleton Elder Law can explore these and additional strategies with you, depending on your unique circumstances. Contact us today.

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