Making Provision for AWME - Your Will
As a registered charity, Andrew Wommack Ministries - Europe relies on the support –financially, practically and in prayer – from our Partners and donors to enable us to carry out the work that we do, supporting people to come to better know and understand God’s love and grace through the Gospel. For us, supporting the continued awareness of and access to Discipleship education, prayer and gospel ministry, are key goals that cannot be achieved without your support.
Including Andrew Wommack Ministries - Europe as a beneficiary of your will is simple and easy to do and will provide a long-lasting legacy as we endeavour to share the full Gospel with all the world and bring more people to know and believe in the One True Eternal God, and by faith receive Jesus Christ as Lord and saviour.
What is a will? And why do I need to make one?
A will is a document that you prepare during your lifetime to make sure that your estate can pass to the people and charities that you have chosen to benefit from your assets in the event of your death. Your estate includes any property you own, including your house if you own it, bank accounts, stocks and shares and personal items such as jewellery.
A will means that you can leave specific items or amounts of money to people that you choose, and also means that you can make provision for people or organisations that the law would not recognise without your clear choice.
A will also means that you can ensure that the way in which you make provision for those that you want to include is appropriate for their circumstances and needs – such as making sure that children receive inheritances at an age that you think is appropriate or that any special needs or vulnerabilities are suitably protected.
What happens if I do not have a will?
If you do not have a will, the law sets out what happens through the Intestacy Rules – these might mean that people you do not want to benefit from your assets receive things you would have wanted others to have.
Without a will, there is no provision made for non-blood relatives – friends and charities do not receive anything unless you make a will. Without making a will, AWME, for example, would not benefit from your estate in the event of your death.