Trust Law Solicitors

A trust is a legal agreement which allows assets such as property, shares or money to be transferred to a small group of people known as ‘trustees’ to be held, not for their benefit, but for the benefit of others. Our trust law solicitors can assist both trustees and beneficiaries through the process of setting up a trust fund, ensuring that it is entirely compliant with UK law.

Set up a Trust Fund through Carter Law

Trusts are often used to hold assets for children until they are old enough to receive them. Trustees will be responsible for managing the trust and dealing with investment and income from the assets, and carrying out the wishes of the person who made the trust. Trusts can also be utilised as an effective tax planning tool. We’re here to offer you our expert advice and guidance is you’d like to set up a trust fund.

Trust Law Specialists for Both Trustee & Beneficiaries

A trustee is the legal owners of the property and is legally bound to look after the property for a particular purpose. Beneficiaries receive a benefit from the property being held in the trust. The benefit can include both income and capital.

Our trust lawyers represent both trustees and beneficiaries. Whether you wish to set up an interest in possession trust, and immediate post-death interest or a discretionary trust, we will help make this complicated area of law as clear and straightforward as possible. We can set up a trust in your lifetime or in your Will, administer trusts, alter trusts and terminate a trust. We will advise you on the different uses of trusts tailored to your requirements and answer any questions you have about trusts.

Fixed Fee Trust Fund Services

Our trust law solicitors like to be transparent. We offer fixed fee services and flexible pricing. We will be with you every step of the way and work closely with you to ensure you receive the service you deserve.

Contact our Trust Law Solicitors Today

Don’t hesitate to contact Carter Law directly to speak to one of our experienced trust solicitors today. With offices in both Manchester and London, we’re able to offer our services to clients throughout the UK.

For a free consultation with a Wills and Probate
solicitor, please call us on 0844 414 0667