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When you pass away, a Trust within your Will ensures that your estate is looked after in the way you intended and given to the correct people at the right time.
What are will trusts?
A will trust is additional legal wording within your will which enables your estate to be safeguarded for your beneficiaries after your death. Assets like your property or money can be secured for a particular purpose and time, such as until a beneficiary is old enough to inherit.
Things to consider
These pages give a general overview of the issues surrounding estate planning and are based on our understanding of the current law and tax regulation in England and Wales, which may be subject to change.