Public Trust can help you update your Will
Wills, Trusts & Asset Protection
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.
When considering an appropriate Trust structure it is important to properly identify the type of assets being settled. Generally assets should be held in one of the three different types of Trust.
There has never before been a time in history when so much statutory protection has been available to the consumer. The trick is to know your basic rights and not be afraid to advocate them.
There was a time when most people went to their solicitor and asked for a 'standard' sort of will. That simple will has become quite rare in these much more complicated times. However, there are some universal 'truths' that still apply to all wills.
In this article we look at what is involved in being the executor of a will and at the factors to consider when appointing your own executor.