08 November 2015


A trust is a complex relationship between one entity (the trustee) who holds the property of another or others (the beneficiaries).   Complex rules govern the validity of constitution of a trust and compliance is essential for the relationship between the trustee and beneficiaries to be recognised at law.   A trust is generally established by deed and can take many forms (fixed, discretionary, hybrid – to name just a few).

Miller Harris Lawyers can determine the type of trust best suited to your particular circumstances and can tailor the required trust deed to meet your specific needs.

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