You can't take it with you: Estate planning with a conscience
None of us want to think of the world going on without us. But if we plan wisely, we can help to leave it a better place for the next generation.
For Charlie Krystofiak, the reasons for including his Catholic school in his will are personal. When he was growing up in 1950s San Francisco, his father didn’t want him to attend parochial school. So his homemaker mother became one of the only women on the block to work a day job so that Charlie and his brother could attend St. Ignatius College Preparatory School.