Choosing to make a bequest to the Institute is to ensure the continuity of the transmission of the Dharma in France and to secure our association in the major projects it must carry out for future generations.
Bequeathing means deciding what will happen to your property after your death. This will is expressed in a will. A bequest is a profound and generous gesture: through it, the values and commitments that gave meaning to a life are perpetuated beyond death. A bequest requires a will, which takes effect upon the death of the testator. Until death, the will may be revoked, changed or supplemented by another codicil at any time.
You are free to transmit :
However, you must respect the share of the heirs who have a right to inherit: if you have direct heirs (spouses, ascendants, children, grandchildren), the law requires you to bequeath them a specific portion of your property. It is impossible to disinherit them.
You may therefore decide to bequeath to InstitutVajra Yogini for the Fulfillment of Wisdom, freely and without concern, the “available portion” of your estate.
There are 3 types of bequest:
Even if a holographic will is valid (on a simple sheet of paper, dated and signed, you write your personal dispositions by hand), it is strongly advised to prepare an authentic will in advance: