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Trusts can be complicated but with the right legal advice, a trust will allow you to protect, control and retain your assets now and in the future, even if ownership has been passed on.
Setting up trusts can be useful for managing tax mitigation schemes and reducing tax liabilities in the present or future. However, setting up a trust always comes with tax consequences. You will also need to consider the set-up costs, future running costs and how to close a trust.
Our solicitors extensive experience in sitting on, setting up and managing trusts provides the best insight into the practicalities of running, advising and drafting new trusts.
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A Bare Trust is a simple form of trust. The nominee or trustee holds the trust property, but the beneficiary has complete rights to it and can ask the trustee to hand over the trust property at any time. A good example is when parents hold savings accounts as nominees for their children.
Trusts can also come in the form of charitable, investment and pension trusts. We do not deal with these specific trust setups.