Immediate Post Death Interest
An immediate post death interest trust or IPDI, is a life interest (or interest in possession) trust created by the will of a person who has died.
An example of an IPDI is where a husband dies leaving a will that provides for his wife to receive the income from his estate during her lifetime and, after her death, for his estate to pass to their children.
It is important to consider all of the legal, practical and tax implications before creating a trust. At Hart Brown our experienced team will guide you through the implications and help you set up a trust that best suits your objectives. We can also act as trustees of your trust.