Help me out, please, with my will. I'm not getting any younger and I'm trying to come up with some statements before I take it to my lawyer.
I bequeath to the following beneficiaries proceeds which shall be extracted from my remaining assets, with a certain stipulation, as follows:
snip (the list of recipients accompanied by various proceeds)
The stipulation is described as follows:
The above bequeathment shall be postponed for a period of no longer than 60 days from the date of my death. This period of time should allow the beneficiary adequate time to re-examine certain facts as regards the honesty and integrity of the writings of the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society.
As a suggestion, I recommend that the potential beneficiary explore some of its earlier writings as compared with some of its modern ones. I will give no further hints except that internet search engines like Google.com can provide valuable assistance.
If the potential beneficiary decides that he (or she) must view such writings in their original form I suggest that the potential beneficiary travel to the Watchtower headquarters (currently in Brooklyn, NY), and ask to see these early writings despite my suspicion that such a request would be denied.
I further suggest that original writings can be found at eBay.com, for a price, of course. I further suggest that there are countless volunteers throughout the world who possess some originals and would be more than willing to let you look them if you traveled to their home, of course. Make such a request at the online user community known today as Jehovahs-Witness.com.
At the end of this 60 day period or before, each of the named beneficiaries, if above the age of 15 years, and if they desire the bequeathment as directed, must submit a written statement, signed and dated, testifying to the fact that he (or she) is not a member of Jehovah’s Witnesses, which group is directed by the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society; nor does he (or she) attend any of the meetings of Jehovah’s Witnesses; nor does he (or she) engage in a study, of any kind, with any of Jehovah’s Witnesses.