| Trusts

| What is a trust?

A trust is a way of managing money or other belongings for people. Trusts can be set up in a will to begin after your death, or separately to deal with assets while you are living. Some examples include:

  • It is common to set up trusts in a will if you are leaving assets to someone too young or unable to deal with their affairs.
  • Trusts can be used to protect your assets from future nursing home fees or inheritance tax.
  • If someone is unable to handle their affairs, a trust can be used to look after their assets.

| How can we help?

We can provide you with expert trusts advice as part of your will-making process, or separately.

Our solicitors are approachable and straightforward. We are dedicated to providing a personal service and work with you to put together commercial and sensible trusts advice. Where possible we like to meet our clients face to face (either at one of our offices or at your home if you prefer). Alternatively, we can conduct meetings via Skype.

We are proud to offer transparent and fair pricing and will offer you a fixed fee where possible.

Contact us today for a FREE initial discussion with our wills, trusts and probate team.

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Andrew Milburn

Andrew Milburn


Andrew is a partner and head of our wills, probate and estate administration department.

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