Our team of dedicated wills lawyers can assist you

Our team of dedicated wills lawyers can assist you

What are Trusts

What are trusts? Trust is a relationship in which person A sets up/declares a trust and transfers property to Person B for the benefit of person C.

Secret Trusts

Secret Trusts are formed for a number of reasons. Most commonly they are used to provide for illegitimate children, mistresses and tax avoidance…

Maintenance and Advancement

Maintenance is the power to give part of the trust income to the beneficiary before a beneficiary acquires the trust property on the fulfilment…

Tracing

The purpose of Tracing: Beneficiaries can “follow” trust property, or its value, into the hands of anyone to whom it has wrongfully passed.

Formalities required for transferring property

For transferring property each one of them requires formalities to be fulfilled if the formalities are not met then the transfer into a trust will fail.

Play Video

Legalally acts as your partner in the legal world! We strive to provide reliable advice to our customers by providing access to real experienced solicitors that can offer quality legal advice and guide you through every step of the way instantly, via your mobile, laptop and tablet.

Authorised and regulated by

Duties of Trustees and Rights of Beneficiaries

Duties of Trustees: Trustees stand in a fiduciary(trustworthy) relationship to beneficiaries but are neither their servants nor agents…

Variation of Trust

Variation of Trust: A variation involves ending the current trust, changing its terms or even setting up a new trust…..

Classification and Types of Trust

Types of trusts: Express Trusts, Fixed Trusts, Discretionary Trusts, Secret Trusts, Bare/Simple Trusts, Resulting Trusts, and Constructive Trusts.

Unincorporated Associations, Trust for Monuments, Graves and Animal

Unincorporated Associations are many clubs and societies are unincorporated such as sports clubs, social societies, student societies etc.

Appointment of Trustees

The person who is setting up a trust (testator/settlor) is free to select whoever he/she wishes to as a trustee. Any human being can be a trustee.

Requirements for establishing a Trust

Requirements for trust, the settlor ( the person who is setting up the trust) must satisfy these conditions often known and referred as three certainties.

Charitable Trusts

Charitable trusts are special purposes trusts and it is required that any charitable trust must be for the benefit of general public.

Protective and Discretionary Trust

The purpose of a protective trust is to make provisions for a principal beneficiary, but to protect the trust from dissipation if the PB is irresponsible.

Breach of Trust and Remedies

Requirements for trust, the settlor ( the person who is setting up the trust) must satisfy these conditions often known and referred as three certainties.

Wills, Intestacies and Joint Wills

Wills, Intestacies and Joint Wills: A Will provides that a deceased person’s property is to be distributed among people intended to benefit.

Free Consultation

For a free consultation please complete the form below and our experienced lawyer will contact you shortly.

How your Free consultation works

Step 1: complete and submit the form above

Step 2: Our experienced lawyers will contact you shortly.

Please note that the free consultation is only available during weekdays 9am - 9pm

Full representation with no hidden cost

We strive to provide the best possible services in the industry

Everyone of our team members is devoted to delivering the finest possible legal services