Trusts can be used to safeguard your interests if you’re buying a house with someone, especially if you’re not married. They can also be used to protect your assets from bankruptcy or divorce and, if you have children, to ensure that their inheritance is protected when your estate passes to your surviving spouse. If you’re a grandparent, you might use a trust to provide for your grandchildren’s education. Plus, if you’re a business owner, there are additional benefits of using trusts to take advantage of special provisions for business assets.
At Moore & Tibbits, we’re experts in trust creation and administration and can ensure that trust law is applied in the most effective manner for your personal circumstances. Our specialist solicitors can guide you through the complexities of trust law and ensure that you are clear on what your trust arrangements will achieve.
Our team specialise in, and can help with:
- Discretionary Trusts;
- Bare Trusts;
- Interest in Possession Trusts (otherwise known as life interest trusts); and
- Disabled Person’s Trusts.
If you’re thinking of setting up a trust, call our team on 01926 354704.