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Trusts

Although trusts can be difficult to understand, they can be very advantageous to almost everyone. They can provide for a beneficiary in future, protect assets or save tax.

Our specialist trust solicitors have years of experience in creating trusts and will explain to you how trusts work and the implications they might have for you. We will take the time to understand your objectives in setting up a trust and will advise you on the most suitable type of trust for your needs.

Our solicitors can also act as trustees and can continue to be involved as the trustee’s legal advisers. We have years of experience in working with trusts. We add value by streamlining the trust administration and advising on tax efficient ways to manage the trust fund.

Most assets can be placed in a trust, including property, shares, corporate bonds, cash and personal chattels. We can advise you on which assets to put in a trust and on investment strategies for the trust.

If you are considering setting up a trust or would like advice on an existing trust, contact us today to speak to a specialist.

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Dealing with employee theft

According to a poll commissioned by office-furniture supplier Kit Out My Office, more than two-thirds of UK office workers have admitted to stealing from their employers and…

Jane Crosby, Associate, Dispute Resolution Solicitor ,

Jane Crosby

On the one hand…on the other hand…

Lawyers, other than those at Hart Brown of course, are not infrequently criticised for sitting on the fence in terms of giving legal advice. Bearing in…

Paul Grimwood, Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution Solicitor Trusts,

Paul Grimwood

What does intestate mean for you?

October 2014 saw the biggest changes in probate law’s history come into effect. While the overhaul meant no real difference to those with minimal assets, for the…

Emily Wiggins, Partner, Trusts & Estates Solicitor ,

Emily Wiggins

Voluntary workers: Their rights and your responsibilities as an employer

A volunteer is anyone who carries out unpaid work for a charity, fundraising body or voluntary organisation. If you hire volunteers to work for your organisation, there…

Jane Crosby, Associate, Dispute Resolution Solicitor ,

Jane Crosby

Inheritance tax planning: a little each year…

A major UK newspaper reported on the recent results of a survey that was carried out to establish the public’s understanding of Inheritance Tax (‘’IHT’’) a tax…

Jordan Page, Solicitor, Trusts & Estates Solicitor Trusts,

Jordan Page

Don’t get trapped – mind the gap

In the fast moving world of commercial property, and in particular business leases, deals are struck quickly, money changes hands, a new occupier moves into their…

John Guthrie, Senior Solicitor, Commercial Property Solicitor ,

John Guthrie

Dealing with employee theft

According to a poll commissioned by office-furniture supplier Kit Out My Office, more than two-thirds of UK office workers have admitted to stealing from their employers and…

Jane Crosby, Associate, Dispute Resolution Solicitor ,

Jane Crosby

On the one hand…on the other hand…

Lawyers, other than those at Hart Brown of course, are not infrequently criticised for sitting on the fence in terms of giving legal advice. Bearing in…

Paul Grimwood, Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution Solicitor Trusts,

Paul Grimwood

What does intestate mean for you?

October 2014 saw the biggest changes in probate law’s history come into effect. While the overhaul meant no real difference to those with minimal assets, for the…

Emily Wiggins, Partner, Trusts & Estates Solicitor ,

Emily Wiggins

Voluntary workers: Their rights and your responsibilities as an employer

A volunteer is anyone who carries out unpaid work for a charity, fundraising body or voluntary organisation. If you hire volunteers to work for your organisation, there…

Jane Crosby, Associate, Dispute Resolution Solicitor ,

Jane Crosby

Inheritance tax planning: a little each year…

A major UK newspaper reported on the recent results of a survey that was carried out to establish the public’s understanding of Inheritance Tax (‘’IHT’’) a tax…

Jordan Page, Solicitor, Trusts & Estates Solicitor Trusts,

Jordan Page

Don’t get trapped – mind the gap

In the fast moving world of commercial property, and in particular business leases, deals are struck quickly, money changes hands, a new occupier moves into their…

John Guthrie, Senior Solicitor, Commercial Property Solicitor ,

John Guthrie