Charity No. 1156129
Company No. 8668860
Beechley Stables RDA is a member group of the National Riding for the Disabled Association Incorporating Carriage Driving. National Charity Number: 244108.
"Providing therapeutic riding to disabled people to promote their health and wellbeing"
How to leave a legacy to Beechley Stables RDA
There are two main types of gift that you can leave in your will to Beechley Stables RDA:
You can leave a specific sum of money or an item such as jewellery or a piece of art
You can leave a share in, or all of, what’s left of the value of your estate after all bills have been paid and all other legacies have been distributed.
If you would like to add a gift to Beechley Stables RDA to an existing will, you can use a codicil. Adding a codicil to your will means there is no need to change the terms of your current will. It simply adds a new instruction. As a rule if the change you wish to make is quite small or simple, you can use a codicil, and if the change is more significant or complex you should make a new will.
Download our Codicil template
If you wish to make several changes, big or small, it is advisable to make a new will. If you would like information on making or updating your will there are online resources which can help.
There is suggested wording to leave a gift to Beechley Stables RDA in your will below.
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Template wording for Wills
For a residuary gift:
I give the residue of my estate to Beechley Stables RDA, Beechley Stables, Harthill Road, Allerton, Liverpool, L18 3HU* (Registered Charity Number 1156129**) for its general charitable purposes. I further direct that the receipt of the Chair of the Board of Directors or another proper officer of the said charity for the time being shall be a full and sufficient discharge for the said gift.
For a pecuniary / specific bequest:
I give the sum of £___________ (or the item specified) to Beechley Stables RDA, Beechley Stables, Harthill Road, Allerton, Liverpool, L18 3HU* (Registered Charity Number 1156129**) for its general charitable purposes. I further direct that the receipt of the Chair of the Board of Directors or another proper officer of the said charity for the time being shall be a full and sufficient discharge for the said gift.
Understanding the legal jargan!
What on earth is a Codicil?
A codicil is a document that amends, rather than replaces, a previous will. Amendments made by a codicil may add or remove small provisions (e.g. changing executors), or may completely change the majority, or all, of the gifts under the will.
What is the difference between a 'Residuary Gify' and a 'Specific Gift'?
The 'residue' of an estate is everything that is left in your estate after all debts, bills and taxes have been paid and all specific and non-specific gifts have been distributed. Leaving the residue of an estate to a named beneficiary is called a 'residuary gift'. Residuary gifts are a common way to ensure that all remaining property passes to your chosen beneficiaries, rather than falling under the intestacy rules.
A specific gift is a particular item or sum of money that you wish to give someone in your Will, for example, a house, a piece of jewellery, £10,000.