There are several ways of leaving a legacy gift to Trinity. For example:
Pecuniary legacy – a bequest of a specified sum
A gift of a fixed sum of money. Remember, however, that the value of a pecuniary legacy will decrease over time due to rises in inflation and would probably need to be reviewed or linked to the Retail Price Index to ensure that it maintains its intended value.
Residuary legacy – a percentage of your estate
A residuary gifts allows you to leave either all or a percentage of your estate to Trinity, for example property, shares and bank accounts, after all other pecuniary gifts, debts, fees and other expenses have been paid.
Non-monetary legacy – a specific gift
You could leave a property, work of art, stocks and shares or other valuables as a bequest to Trinity.
Your solicitor can advise on which legacy best suits your needs.