Why you might need a Family Protection Trust?

The purpose of a family protection trust is to protect your assets against risks that you may face as you get older. A trust is a way in which you can hold certain assets that you may have, such as money, land or investments, in a way that benefits another person. You can appoint a ‘trustee’ who will remain legally responsible for holding the assets in the trust on behalf of the beneficiary that you have chosen.

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Giving you peace of mind
at a difficult time

A family protection trust is a great way of protecting your assets from any risks that may arise in the future, because in the eyes of the law, the assets are owned by the Trust, rather than by you as an individual. This means that you can ensure that whatever is in your Will can actually be carried out after your death.

Putting assets into a trust means that risks such as sideways inheritance, children inheriting at the wrong time and claims on your estate will not affect the assets in the trust, assuring you peace of mind during this process.