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Why take a chance with something so important?
Why take a chance with something so important? A well planned trust is a relatively straightforward and tax-efficient way to set aside assets for future beneficiaries and we can offer impartial advice about the best type of trust for your situation.
Similarly, we can help provide information for the preparation of wills and where appropriate, act as trustees and executors.
As with all Butt Miller services, we are always pleased to discuss such matters at our offices, in your own home or place of work. Sensitive subjects such as this demand a location in which you feel entirely comfortable and our discrete service is entirely at your instruction.
Our blog page features articles about will preparation and trusts.
A Trust is a way of managing assets including land or buildings, money and investments in a way that maximises protection and they can be entered into for a number of reasons. You may want to protect a particular asset, help somebody that is too young to handle their own affairs, pass on assets while you are still alive or help somebody that is incapacitated.
Butt Miller offer professional, impartial advice on all types of Trust.
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