A “Trust” is simply a means by which assets can be held on behalf of someone else – as such they can be used by a wide variety of people in a wide variety of situations.
Trusts can be set up during your lifetime or you can leave instructions to create a trust in your Will.
- Residential Care – for example, to protect against the possibility of having to sell your home to pay for care
- Protection – to ensure that any inheritance you wish to leave your family is protected if your spouse/civil partner remarries or cohabits after your death
- Children – to provide for children who are too young to inherit
- Tax – to mitigate potential tax liabilities
- Disabled or vulnerable beneficiaries – to ensure that a disabled or vulnerable beneficiary is adequately provided for after your death
Our work usually, but not exclusively covers:
- The incorporation of Trusts within Wills and the administration of Trusts after death
- Post-death estate planning, including Deeds of Variation
- The administration of Trusts
For a quotation please contact Sharon Witcombe on 01934 533130/07477 612366 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org