Recent Features and Opinion
On 22 April 2020, we updated our practice note on trust corporations.
In this current climate, many trust investments are quickly losing value. Laurence Daly, financial planner at Tavistock, explains six things trustees should be considering now to manage beneficiary expectations and maintain a healthy risk profile.
Lesley King looks at the matters to consider when dealing with an estate where the will creates a nil-rate band discretionary trust
Henrietta Mason and Holly Miéville-Hawkins present a practical guide to removing fiduciary trustees when they retire or lose mental capacity
Mariel Stringer-Fehlow outlines her tips and practical advice for trustees on spotting the early warning signs of a matter turning contentious, using four common scenarios
Philip Warford looks at trusts for disabled and vulnerable people
Robert Hunter is an internationally acclaimed trusts, fraud and asset-tracing solicitor with over 35 years’ experience. He is also profoundly deaf. He discusses what law firms could do better dealing with colleagues with sensory disabilities
The Law Society has endorsed investment management firm Tavistock Law. Managing director James King discusses a new fund Tavistock has launched, well suited for private client solicitors with money in trusts or Court of Protection awards