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Trusts are a useful vehicle for asset protection and an important aspect of tax and estate planning.
A trust can be created
- during a person’s lifetime; or
- by setting it up in a will.
By creating a trust you can protect young and vulnerable beneficiaries and you can also provide for other family members and those you care for.
A trust is commonly established where a person has been married before and has children from a previous marriage or relationship.
Trusts are also a good means of protecting assets from exposure to nursing home fees later in life and, in some circumstances, in mitigating the inheritance tax burden on your estate.
If relevant to your circumstances we will recommend the use of a trust as part of our tax and estate planning service and will advise you on all important aspects, such as the role and duties of a trustee.
If you want to provide for your children from a first marriage, or if you need advice about whether a trust would be appropriate for you or your loved ones, we can help.
Latest Trusts News
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 have a new partner and want to protect your children's inheritance, a life interest trust could be just what you need.16/01/2019
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