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20th February 2017

‘Changing’ a Will after death

Post Death Variations After death, the estate of the deceased devolves either according to the terms of their Will or by the Rules of Intestacy, where no Will exists. In certain circumstances, the beneficiaries of the estate may wish to change the way the estate is distributed. This can be achieved by executing a ‘Deed […]

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13th February 2017

Can I put my mortgaged property into trust?

Can I put my mortgaged property into trust? If you own a mortgaged property and wish to place this into trust during your lifetime, we may be able to assist. Ordinarily, property trusts must have the legal title in the name of the trustees. This means that, for the trust to be registered correctly, the […]

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30th January 2017

Reasons why your client may require a trust

Reasons why your client may required 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 […]

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23rd January 2017

Attesting the Execution of a Will

Having your Will witnessed correctly is especially important in making the document legally valid. Many people are not aware that you should be particularly careful in who attests the execution of your Will. Being a witness can also mean far more than simply providing your signature on a document, which people are unaware of when […]

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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.