Bequests

What is a bequest?

A bequest is a gift to a nominated person or organisation, which forms part of your will.

If you have considered leaving a bequest, it is important to see a solicitor or trustee to ensure your will is legally binding and your wishes will be carried out as you intended.

Drawing up a will is an important personal decision we all must make. Circumstances may change over a person’s lifetime requiring a will to be revised and updated from time to time.

Caring for your family and loved ones is most important, and once you have provided for those you love, you may then consider including Parkinson’s WA as a beneficiary.

If you would like to discuss leaving a bequest to Parkinson’s WA in your will, please call (08) 6457 7373.  All enquiries are treated with utmost confidence.

A bequest to Parkinson’s WA will help the organisation continue to support people with Parkinson’s in WA by offering a range of services to improve their quality of life.  Ultimately, we aim to work towards a nation free of Parkinson’s.

Read some testimonies from people who have included Parkinson’s WA in their will.