Everyone should have a current will but unfortunately over 50 percent of American adults do not. A properly drawn will is the only way to ensure that your wishes will be carried out in regard to the transfer of your property and assets. If you die without a will, the courts will decide, but often only after long delays and considerable expense. As people grow older they often become increasingly aware of the importance of their faith and the value it has added to their lives. When you review and update your will, consider including The De La Salle School as a beneficiary. Even a very small portion of your estate can represent a very substantial gift. A professional estate planning attorney can make certain that your wishes are known and carried out.