In November 2009, the Maurer School of Law honored Jack Kimberling, JD'50, for his generosity and vision by establishing The Kimberling Society. This special group of donors has made arrangements to support Indiana Law as part of their estate planning. You, too, can become a part of this prestigious group by remembering the Law School as part of your estate plan.
Joining The Kimberling Society is easy. Most members do so by naming the Law School as a beneficiary of their will or revocable trust. The following language in your will or trust document will establish your gift:
"I hereby give, devise, and bequeath to the Indiana University Foundation, a nonprofit Indiana corporation with principal offices in Bloomington, Indiana, ___ percent (__%) of the rest, residue, and remainder of my estate for the benefit of the Indiana University Maurer School of Law."
Besides naming the Law School as a beneficiary of your will or revocable trust, there are many other ways to fund your legacy. including:
We know that your bequest intentions are personal and you may wish to keep them confidential. If you wish to inform the Law School of your intentions, however, it will assist us in our current and future planning. When you include the Law School in your estate plan, you will also be recognized in Indiana University’s Arbutus Society.
The Law School's development staff will be pleased to answer your questions or help you establish your membership in The Kimberling Society. For further information, contact: