If you are establishing a Will or revising your existing Will, you can remember Saratoga Bridges with a charitable bequest.  A qualified attorney should draft your Will and the language of the charitable bequest.  The most frequent forms of charitable bequests can be considered depending on your charitable and financial objectives.  With an outright gift, a fixed amount of money, marketable securities or designated real estate may be gifted.  You may also state your bequest as a percentage of your estate.  By making a residual bequest you gift the assets that remain in your estate after specific bequests to others and all financial commitments by the estate, such as taxes have been paid.  You may also make a contingent bequest.  This provides a gift to Saratoga Bridges only when there are no other living heirs.