Trusts

Our Trust lawyers provide specialist legal advice to settlors, trustees, protectors, beneficiaries, corporate trustees and charities on all aspects of Trust law, including wealth and tax planning and Trust arrangements.

Trusts are governed by complex legal regulations and separate tax rules. Our experienced solicitors can provide advice and guidance on the many important factors you need to consider when setting up a Trust and how it will be controlled and administered.

We work closely with all our clients and consider their strategic aims to help create and operate Trust structures which best suit their needs, focusing on preserving and enhancing assets through tax and succession planning.

If you are looking for advice and guidance on Trusts and want to discuss your next steps, please call Muscatt Black Graf on 0207 586 1141.

 

Trusts Solicitors Marylebone

Trusts can provide flexible solutions for a wide range of wealth planning, family, or business needs. They can be used to hold various assets, including investments, land, trading businesses and intellectual property.

There are many different types of Trust, and our experienced lawyers can advise on the most appropriate form of Trust for your purposes. These include:

  • Discretionary Trusts
  • Discretionary Will Trusts
  • Interest in Possession Trusts
  • Principal Beneficiary Trusts
  • Charitable Trusts
  • Bypass Trusts
  • Personal Injury Trusts

Our Trusts lawyers advise beneficiaries, trustees, and settlors on all aspects of Trust law, including:

  • Trustees’ powers and duties
  • Tax Planning issues
  • Helping Beneficiaries
  • Winding up of Trust arrangements

We also work on contentious matters and help clients resolve trust disputes, whether you are a beneficiary or a trustee.

For more information about our Trusts service, please contact Muscatt Black Graf today. You can call 0207 586 1141 or email contact@muscattblackgraf.com, or alternatively, fill in our online contact form.

Lawyers for Trusts London

Muscatt Black Graf is particularly highly regarded for our work with high-net-worth individuals and families. We have been providing specialist Trust advice to some families for several generations. The long-standing nature of those relationships is indicative of the quality of advice we provide and the bonds we build.

Our partner-led approach means that clients always benefit from a wealth of experience, which is supplemented by our Trusts team being supported by other specialist lawyers from across the firm.

Our Trusts lawyers work alongside other members of our Private Client, Property and Family practices to ensure clients are provided with an all-round approach to their legal needs tailored to their requirements.

We also have strong associations with other industry professionals (both domestic and international), such as tax advisers and accountants, to further assist with our clients’ estate planning.

Trusts Lawyers London

Muscatt Black Graf is a long-established specialist law firm of highly experienced lawyers who provide exceptional client care and straightforward advice.

To find out more about Muscatt Black Graf’s Private Client law practice, please click here.

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