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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-07-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

42 Friday, July 9, 1976

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Taxes and Your Future

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We'll answer a question
with a series of questions. Is
she single, married, .,di-
vorced, or widowed? Does
she have children? Are they
small or grown? If she's
married, do she and her
husband own everything
jointly? Does she want to
help someone who is not an

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Editor's Note: Guidance
on important problems
provided by Jewish Wel-
fare Federation-United
Jewish Charities Endow-
ment Fund Tax Advisory
Committee. Professional
advice about issues dis-
cussed in these columns
should be secured from
your attorney or an estate
planning adviser. Ques-
tions of general interest in
these matters should be
addressed to "Taxes and
Your Future," care of the
Jewish News, 17515 W.
Nine Mile Road, South-
field, 48075.

'automatic heir", do some-
thing thoughful for a friend,
establish a memorial, or
help a worthy cause?
If the answer to any of
these questions is YES, then
she needs a will.
Let's discuss some typical
situations which will help
us understand the reasons
why a woman needs a will.
When she is single.
An unmarried woman
needs a will because without
one, her estate goes auto-
matically to the "closest rel-
ative" as defined by the laws

of the state. That definition
varies. Some states favor
brothers and sisters over
parents, but in Michigan it's
parents. An unmarried
woman, through written
document, can decide how
her property shall be dis-
tributed.
When she is widowed or
divorced, with small chil-
dren.
Without a will, her estate
would go to her children —
but not directly — if they
are minors. The court would
appoint a guardian who
would administer their as-
sets. If there is no will nam-
ing a guardian, the court
would probably appoint a
close relative, but not neces-
sarily one who would be
picked as suitable by the
mother.
Court-appointed adminis-
trators and guardians may
grant funds from the moth-
er's estate too sparingly,
wishing to keep the assets
intact as much as possible
for the child to receive when
reaching adulthood. Yet
many parents would prefer
to provide generously dur-
ing childhood, feeling that
the grown children can take
care of themselves.
A will can name a
guardian, and can give
your executor more free-
dom in caring for your
children. It can help one
child more than another if
necessary. One of the ad-
vantages of a will is that it
can stipulate that a trust
be established to provide
for the financial require-
ments of the children. A

(NAHP). Also elected to the
NAHP executive committee
was Margaret Weiner, Jew-
ish Family Service supervi-
sor, who is the newly-
elected president of Michi-
gan Society. for Clinical So-
cial Work.
Charles Wolfe, executive
director of the Jewish Home
for Aged, was named to the
board of directors of the Na-
tional Association of Jewish
Homes for Aged.

Riegle to Sponsor
Seniors' Meal Bill

WASHINGTON — Rabbi
Howard A. Addison of Chi-
cago has been appointed di-
rector of the Bnai Brith
Hillel Foundation at Wayne
State University.
Rabbi Addison, who was
a full-time rabbinic intern
at the Hillel unit at Cleve-
land State University last
year, succeeds retiring
Rabbi Max Kapustin.
The, Hillel program at
Wayne State provides reli-
gious, cultural and counsel-
ing programs to 3,800 stu-
dents and faculty.
Rabbi Addison, 26, was
ordained at the Jewish
Theological Seminary, New
York City. He received his
BA — magna cum laude —
from the University of Illi-
nois and MAs from the sem-
inary and Hunter College.
He recently completed his
course requirements for a
PhD.

WASHINGTON — Con-
gressman Donald W. Riegle
Jr. (D-Flint), has announced
that he will co-sponsor a bill
to establish a national
"Meals-on-Wheels" pro-
gram, to bring nutritious
food tie home bound senior
citizens under the provisions
of the Older Americans Act.
This measure would give
preference in awarding
grants to the pre-existing
community
Meals-on-
Wheels organizations,
which have demonstrated
an ability to successfully de-
liver meals to the home
bound.
Under the provisions of
this bill the overall program
would reduce nursing home
expenditures $200-400 mil-
lion.

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Jewish Execs in Key Posts.

Three administrators
from Jewish Walfare Feder-
ation agency staffs were
elected to positions with key
professional and service or-
ganizations at conferences
last month.
Samuel Lerner, executive
director of Jewish Family
Service and Resettlement
Service, has been re-elected
to the executive committee
of the Association of Jewish
Family and Children's
Agencies as well as to the
executive committee of the
National Association of
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will is an expression of
love and concern for those
left behind.
Does a woman need a
will? Of course. See a com-
petent estate planner.
If you have specific ques-
tions, contact C. Kenneth
Sarason, secretary of the
endowment program, at the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
965-3939.

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