Many older people enter into relationships late in life seeking only companionship and some mutual support. The thought that a legal relationship with property sharing implications may arise often never enters their minds.
Wills, Trusts & Asset Protection
A gift in your will to Massey University can make a lasting contribution for generations to ...
Being asked to be an executor of someone’s Will is not always easy. While it may be ...
Did you know that approximately 50% of the adult population of New Zealand do not have a Will?
Public Trust can help you update your Will
Has anything changed since you last updated your will?
How your Will can help others long after you've gone
If you've learnt a bit about Trusts and you're not sure if you should form one, have a read through these top five reasons to form a trust. This will help you decide if it is for you.
Although Family Trusts have become popular recently they have been with us in one form or another for more than Four Hundred years. Their basic nature remains much the same but their role has evolved to meet the needs of each generation.
10 years ago no one seemed very interested in whether Trusts were compliant or not, but since then a number of things have happened which put Trusts very much under the spotlight.