Whether you are a trustee, a beneficiary of a trust or thinking about setting up a trust, we can advise on the various different types of trust available.
There may be circumstances where the need for a trust arises, for example if money is to be paid for the benefit of children. We can help you to find a suitable method of passing on your assets, considering the amount of flexibility you would like and also how much control over the use of those assets, as well as any tax implications.
You may wish to set up a trust that is created on your death. This can be done in your Will and is often used to leave assets to a group of people or someone who may still be a child when you pass away.
If you are a trustee you may require advice on your powers and duties in that role. If you are the beneficiary of a trust you may require advice on your rights under the trust.
We can explain any financial and legal jargon so that you have a clear understanding of the options available and can make an informed choice.