Trusts are legal arrangements whereby property is managed by a trustee for the benefit of the beneficiaries of the trust. There are all sorts of different types of trusts and different trust structures – for example, you might use a trust to manage your assets, for estate planning, for tax purposes or to provide for loved ones.

In this section we have set out some very basic information on trusts and trust law. However, the law on trusts is very complex and you are highly advised to use a specialist solicitor. This is particularly so if disputes arise regarding trusts.

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