At its most fundamental, a trust is a legal relationship between a trustee—who administers the trust—and a beneficiary—whom the trust benefits.
Trusts vary in scope and intent, the two most common types being family trusts, which can be realised at any time that is stipulated, and testamentary trusts, which can only be realised after the death of the testator.
Trusts can be a useful and tax-effective way to administer your assets. No matter how simple or complex your needs, you can trust us to provide excellent advice and guidance every step of the way.
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