• A trust when you are purchasing property and one party puts in a bigger share of deposit monies than the other. A Trust deed can protect the interests of the parties should any dispute arise in the future.
  • A trust in a Will can protect a disabled child/adult so monies left to them are protected to avoid issues with benefits and any abuse from third parties with regard to funds left to the child/adult
  • A trust in a Will can protect your property from care home fees and also from risk that your children could lose out if your spouse marries after your death and does not make provision for them.
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