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Trusts

There are ways to legally dispose of Capital without breaching Deprivation of Capital Rules, the most common of which is to place your Assets into a Discretionary Trust.

As a firm of solicitors, we obviously have the legal resources to set up a Trust for you or your relative, along with a Will.

Given our specialist expertise in the area of Care and Care Funding, we can provide you and your relative with the right legal advice in terms of what type of Trust to set up, based on your individual circumstances. As solicitors we can also act as Professional Trustees within the Trust.

It’s often a good idea to use the same firm of solicitors for your Trust as your solicitors acting for you in other matters, for example providing a Continuing Healthcare Funding Advisory Service or Retrospective Care Costs Claim Service, as we already have a detailed understanding of your individual circumstances.

We offer a fixed cost service, which is competitively priced.

If you would like to know more about how our Trust and Wills Service works please do not hesitate to call us today on 0800 011 4136 or 0161 272 5222.
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