Help and guidancefor legacy officers and executors
One of ILM’s aims is to ensure that legacy officers can do their job to the very best of their ability, and in doing so ensure that they optimise legacy income for their charity. It is also vital that executors understand the role of legacy officers and understand what information and help charities will need from them.
We have developed guidance for both charity legacy staff and executors to ensure that this process runs as smoothly as possible, thus helping to ensure that every generous donor’s final wishes reaches their greatest potential.
Our Good Practice Guidance was developed to help guide legacy officers through every stage of the process, ensuring that legacy professionals have the tools they need to make better ethical decisions, further improve engagement with stakeholders, and consistently act in a professional manner.
Our Guidance for Executors is designed to act as a useful guide to ensure that the process of the administration of a charitable estate is clear, and that executors can better understand the information that charities will need.
We hope that the guidance you find here is useful. However if you feel that anything is missing, or you would like any further information, don’t hesitate to get in touch – find out how here.
Good Practice Guidance
Our Good Practice Guidance sets out core principles for legacy professionals
Guidance for executors
Information for executors to assist in the administration of a charitable estate