I DECIDED TO NEVER DIE
I made a legacy to the Franciscan missions through EWE MAMA.
I have transformed my will into a testimony of love, to continue to help others even when my earthly life ends.
A small gesture that guarantees the future of many disabled and orphaned children without taking anything away from the rights of my family .
CHOOSE TO STAY NEXT TO LIFE, ALWAYS.
Arrange a testamentary bequest in favor of EWE MAMA alongside the Franciscan missions in Africa.
Everyone can make a will, avoiding that without heirs and will, all assets pass to the state.
It does not take anything away from your heirs or loved ones, Italian law protects the closest spouses, reserving a part of the assets for them (quota legittima). There is also an "available quota" that the testator can allocate according to his will .
What can you leave Ewe Mama? It is possible to donate, and make a difference in the lives of our children, sums of money, real estate, land, securities, bonds and any other movable property or even donations through life policies.
Everything will finance the association's projects in Italy and abroad .
A practical example? With only 5,000 euros it is possible to guarantee drinking water and sanitation to 250 people and children.
With 12,000 euros we build a school class for 50 children in Africa.
With € 25,000 we can guarantee 1,000 children a decent education.
With 80,000 we allow 1600 families in Africa to have a stable income thanks to the purchase of animals for breeding .
With 100,000 we can start a new humanitarian project for the disabled, orphans or lepers .
We remind you that, in order for your bequest to be valid, it is necessary to clearly indicate the beneficiary organization in your will.
Making a will means being sure that your will is respected. It is an act of protection and responsibility towards your family members and towards those you love because it allows you to dispose, according to the law, of your assets or part of them in a clear and unequivocal way.
Ewe Mama (non-profit organization), based in Varese, in Via Speroni 19 - CAP 21100.
Tax code 95070280128.
WHO CAN HAVE A TESTAMENT?
- Everyone can dispose of their possessions by will, with the exception of those who at the time of the drafting of the will were incapable of understanding and willing, minors and those interdicted for mental infirmity. In such cases, the will eventually drawn up can be _cc781905 -5cde-136cc7-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ -bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ canceled at the request of anyone who has an interest in it. A person who, due to physical problems, is unable to write or sign, on the other hand, can make a will in public form, by going to a notary.
IS IT POSSIBLE TO MAKE A TESTAMENT WITH ONLY A PART OF YOUR PROPERTY?
- Yes. The specific assets or the share of the assets expressly indicated in the will will be devolved to the subjects identified by the testator, according to the so-called "testamentary succession". The remaining assets, if any, will go to the legitimate heirs according to the provisions of the law that regulate the so-called "legitimate succession".
WHAT HAPPENS IN THE ABSENCE OF A WILL?
- In the absence of a will, the estate is divided among the heirs on the basis of the shares due, as required by the civil code. The family members who inherit by law are: spouse, children, siblings (if there are no children), ascendants (if there are no children) or other relatives within the 6th degree (only if the only heirs).
HAVING DIRECT RELATIVES, IS IT POSSIBLE TO ALLOCATE PART OF THE OWN ASSETS TO AN ENTITY?
- Yes, whatever family situation you have, it is always possible to allocate a part of one's inheritance, the so-called "available quota", to different subjects. However, the so-called "legitimate" cannot be excluded from the succession: the spouse, the children (in the case of their predecessor, the children of the children), and legitimate parents in the event of the absence of the children. They are always entitled to a share of inheritance, the so-called "legitimate share" or unavailable share .
IS IT NECESSARY TO GO TO A NOTARY TO MAKE TESTAMENT?
- Not necessarily. The holographic will can be drawn up by anyone who wishes and is able to write. It will be necessary to contact the notary in the event that a public will is intended or needs to be drawn up.
IF YOU NEED MORE INFORMATION DO NOT HESITATE TO CONTACT US:
Giorgio Scarpioni +39 333 4871377