Setting up a Trust can help you
- pass on money or property while you are still alive
- pass on money or assets when you die
- minimise Inheritance Tax liability in the future
- help protect your estate in case of excessive care home fees
- help safeguard family assets from consequences of marriage, divorce and remarriage
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Who should think about setting up a Trust?
- parents with young or teenage children
- parents caring for vulnerable adult children
- grandparents passing on assets to grandchildren
- a spouse with a partner likely to need long-term care
In addition, a Trust lets you control and protect your savings and property, for example
- when a child is too young to handle their own affairs
- when someone is too ill or otherwise unable to handle their affairs
What is a Trust?
- a Trust is a legal arrangement where you make people you trust responsible for holding assets you currently own
- the assets can be land, money, buildings and shares. They can be treasured possessions such as jewellery, art and antiques
- you can place assets in Trust for the benefit of one or more ‘beneficiaries’. These could be your partner, your children or your grandchildren
- the right Trust can help keep any tax liability as low as possible
- Trustees manage the Trust and carry out your wishes, which are detailed in your Will or the Trust deed
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