Legacies - Mucknell Abbey
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Remembering us in your will

Since our foundation in 1941 we have been generously supported by bequests made to us by those who wish to further our ministry of prayer and hospitality.

To Consider

There are a number of different ways in which you can leave a legacy, once your have taken care of the needs of your family:

  • A Residual Gift – A proportion of your estate once expenses have been met
  • A Pecuniary Gift – A specified sum of money
  • A Reversionary Gift – Assets can be left to the Community while allowing another to benefit from them during their lifetime
  • A Specific Gift – Personal possessions can be left to the Community.

Gifts made to charity in your Will can reduce liability for Inheritance Tax on your estate.

It would be a good idea to find a solicitor to help you draw up or amend your will, and who is able to advise you on the best way forward.

Speak to Us

If you are thinking about leaving a legacy in your will please consider letting us know. This will give us the opportunity to talk to you about how your gift could be used and to thank you in person.

We are very happy to speak to you via email, over the phone or in person, either here at Mucknell at at your home.

Telling us about your intentions does not commit you in any way should you later change your mind.

For more information or to discuss your intentions please contact Abbot Thomas: abbot@mucknellabbey.org.uk