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Using Trusts
Using Trusts

Although they have a perception of being complicated, a trust is simply a private legal arrangement whereby assets are transferred to a group of people who are instructed to hold those assets for the benefit of others. Trust assets can be in any form and can include land and property, including the main residence.

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Using Trusts

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