17th September 2018

Reasons why your client may require a Trust

If you ask your client if they want to create a trust you will receive varied responses: for example, ‘It’s a good way to save tax’.  According to research the main reasons why people want to create a trust is to control the assets: for example, to prevent children from gaining access to money before […]

Read full article
13th August 2018

Lifetime Gifts

Lifetime Gifts Many people want to know whether they can give away assets in there lifetime. It is possible, however you can fall foul to inheritance tax rules which can leave complications for Executors. If done correctly, with understanding of the relevant rules and with plenty of forward thinking and planning, lifetime gifts can be […]

Read full article
9th August 2018

Trusts with a disabled/vulnerable beneficiary

Trusts with a disabled/vulnerable beneficiary Some trusts for disabled people or children receive special tax treatment. These are called ‘a vulnerable person’s trust’. Who qualifies as a vulnerable beneficiary in these trusts? A vulnerable beneficiary is one whom is under the age of 18 whose parent has died or a disabled person who is eligible […]

Read full article
9th August 2018

SWW Trust Corporation Attorneyship

Professional Attorneyship Services The role of an attorney involves a great deal of responsibility, so make sure you think carefully about who you chose. You must be able to trust them to make all decisions in your best interests. SWW Trust Corporation can act as professional attorneys under a Property and Financial Lasting Power of […]

Read full article
1 2

An important announcement from SWW Trust Corporation

We are monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely. The welfare of our staff and customers are our main priority. Our offices are now closed, however we remain fully operational during this time. We’re contactable through the usual contact details.