When to change your will or trust

You should consider reviewing and amending your will under the following circumstances:

  • A move to another state
  • Acquisition of real estate or other assets in another state
  • The death of a named guardian
  • Named executor unable to serve
  • Children grown/independent
  • Family changes: births, marriage, divorce, deaths
  • Change in financial situation
  • Change heirs' situation or their incapacity
  • Change in tax law
  • Update charitable interests

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Photo Director of Planned Giving Malinda Kirchner

Malinda Kirchner, Director of Planned Giving

To learn more about a gift that is right for you and your family’s needs, please contact Malinda Kirchner, Director of Planned Giving, (501)350-4681 or malindakirchner@secondpreslr.org.

Mission Statement

Planned giving presents the opportunity for our members to extend their financial support of our church beyond our lifetimes. Our goal is not to elicit a planned gift from every member, but to give every member the opportunity to make an informed decision about making a planned gift to Second Presbyterian Church.