A couple die together: how important is a will in deciding who gets their assets?
A situation where two or more people die at the same time, without it being clear who died first, can have significant legal consequences.Read more
There are many different types of trusts available, such as property trust wills, discretionary trusts and personal injury trusts.
There are administration and taxation issues to consider when creating a trust, so before you decide on which route to take, we ensure that you fully understand the benefits and consequences of all of your options.
Our friendly and approachable team will then help you to set up and maintain your chosen trust, ensuring that it accurately reflects your wishes.
We have significant experience in all aspects of estate planning, as well as creating and administering trusts arising in wills or lifetime trusts.
Our trust specialist solicitors also regularly assist couples with providing for each other’s futures, with a particular focus on protecting against the cost of residential care fees.
For more information and advice, please contact us on 01332 226 162 or complete the form below.
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