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    I set up a bare trust for my young daughter and bought a buy to let property. My husband and I are both trustees of the bare trust.…
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    I have found out that I was left a trust fund many years ago. It was from my grandma many years ago..The rest of…
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    I would love to know the answer to the question posed by Stephen, namely, whether living trusts can be set up in UK…
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    My mother passed away lin 2016. Leaving the her estate to me and making it clear to all my…
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    I live in a small block of 4 Flats which is a registered as a Freehold Company. Each flat owner is a director of the Company except 1…
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    A small plot of land of negligible value (say £1000) is held in Bare Trust with a standard Trustee and Sole Beneficiary. If a third…
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