Trusts

We have considerable legal expertise advising on trusts.

What is a trust?

Put simply, a trust is a parcel of assets (such as cash, property, or possessions such as antiques or other valuables). A donor (perhaps a parent or relative) places the assets they wish to give into a trust fund to be used on behalf of one or more particular beneficiaries.

The trust and any income it generates are then managed by trustees.

Types of Lifetime Trusts / Disability Trusts

The most common types of lifetime trusts are listed below. Click on the boxes for more information:

As each case is different, please either call Wrigleys today on 0114 267 5588 or email

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