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Trust Solicitors

Planning for all stages of life
  • Solicitors for setting up a trust

    There are many reasons why you may want to set up a trust. For example, you may want to protect your assets to safeguard against things like marriage breakdowns. You may want to provide for vulnerable beneficiaries, to provide for future generations, or for tax reasons.

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  • Avoid costly mistakes with sound advice

    Regardless of the complexity or value of the assets you would like to protect, you will need specialist legal advice to ensure tax-efficiency and avoid any potentially costly mistakes or future disputes.

    Our trust solicitors and lawyers offer specialist advice on many areas of asset protection, including setting up trust funds, administration of trusts and estates, bare trusts, life interest and discretionary trusts. If you are an existing trustee or a beneficiary, we can also offer practical, clear guidance on your duties and obligations.

  • Always understanding and non-judgmental financial legal advice

    We help you to create and manage your trust with empathy and understanding, taking the time to discover what’s most important to you, and highlighting the ways to protect these.

  • Legal advice and expertise you can trust

    Our experience and knowledge mean that we are competent to deal with high value trusts with international elements – we have trust solicitors rated in independent legal guides Chambers High Net Worth and The Legal 500.

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Simon Cook LLB (Hons), TEP Partner
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