By naming Mercy For Animals a trustee of your living trust assets, you can avoid the probate period that a will must go through, while saving yourself a lot of money and time. Naming Mercy For Animals a trustee also ensures that you are helping fight animal cruelty by leaving a generous legacy for the most abused and neglected of animals.
A living trust goes into effect immediately and is also revocable. Upon your passing, the trust will go to Mercy For Animals more quickly and directly than a will or other policies. Assets of your living trusts can also be given to multiple trustees, so your family and the animals can benefit from your generosity.
In order for Mercy For Animals to become a trustee, you must transfer ownership of the assets (car, home, bank accounts, stock and other real estate) from your name to Mercy For Animals’ name. You can still enjoy use of all of your assets, while knowing that they will be given to a life-saving cause. When filling out the requisite documents with your legal authority or attorney, please use this information:
- Mercy For Animals legal name: Mercy For Animals (Not MFA)
- Mercy For Animals mailing address: P.O. Box 363, Columbus, OH 43216
(Note that Mercy For Animals has multiple office locations. We recommend using this Ohio address since Ohio was the state Mercy For Animals was incorporated in)
- Mercy For Animals federal tax identification number: 54-2076145
- Your relationship to the beneficiary should read: Charity
If you are interested in naming MFA a trustee of your living trust, or for more information, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.