A will for migratory birds
A legacy to CABS is a promise that means we can secure long-term projects for the protection of birds. Many of our campaigns became possible thanks to wills, because larger starting amounts can bring new projects on the way. With your legacy, you secure our long-term work for a better protection of migratory birds.
CABS is exempt from inheritance tax - your legacy benefits birds in full!
There are basically two ways in which you can keep your last will:
The personal will
Please note that your will must be handwritten and signed. In addition, the date and place must be indicated. It is particularly important that you leave your will in a safe place that will enable you to find it again if necessary. A will drawn up in one's own hand is an unbureaucratic and inexpensive way of doing it, but it does entail the risk of legal stumbling blocks that make your last will and testament contestable in the event of a dispute.
The notarial will
The will made by a notary, and preferably kept there, offers you the greatest possible security. The expert helps you avoid formal errors. Of course, there are fees which are determined according to the value of the estate.
We have prepared a leaflet regarding this matter. It does not replace an appointment with a notary, but gives an initial overview of what you should consider. You are welcome to request it from us: Give us a call (0228-665521), send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or use our contact form to write to us.