The use of trusts can help in family wealth planning in providing for the next generations in tax efficient ways. Trusts can also be used to preserve family assets for children and grandchildren.
Special Compensation Preservation Trusts can ensure that means tested benefits are not affected by an award of damages for personal injury.
Disabled relatives can be provided for in the most financially efficient way through Disabled Persons Trusts.
Why choose us?
Our Trusts solicitors have a great deal of experience and expertise in drafting and running trusts. As a firm, we have been dealing with trusts for our clients for a period in excess of 200 years. The head of our Team, Dermot Kirkwood, has more than 25 years’ experience in the field of trusts and is a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and Solicitors for the Elderly.
- Advise on the appropriate use of trusts for particular situations
- Advise on existing trusts and trustees duties
- Help with tax issues including Inheritance Tax, trust Income and Capital Gains Tax.
We are happy to visit you at home if you are unable to come to our offices.
How much will it cost?
We understand that cost will be an important consideration when setting up a trusts. The costs involved in running a trust are generally paid from the trusts assets. Because every trusts is different, it is not possible to give a quote without full details. However, we will give you details of how our charges are calculated and an estimate of charges before you commit to using our services.
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