Trusts Articles and News
A trust is usually set up in a will, to provide for someone after you have passed away. In more complex cases, a trust can be created in a separate legal document. Trusts are used for a variety of reasons, but often to ensure that someone who requires support and assistance can receive it in the most cost efficient way. Trusts must be created according to strict rules and laws, and when they are not put into place properly, expensive disputes can arise. This is why it is important to take legal advice from an expert, if you want to set up a trust. Alternatively, you may be the beneficiary of a trust and want to know what you can do to bring a trust to an end or to change the way in which the trust is administered. Samuels Solicitors are experts in creating and administering trusts and we would be very happy to speak to you about any issues you have.
If you have a disabled child, you will no doubt worry about how they will be cared for after you pass away. A trust could be the answer.10/10/2019
If you wish to make financial provision for a disabled child or relative, whether in your will or during your life, a disabled trust offers many benefits.13/10/2016