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Charlotte Toogood

Charlotte Toogood is an experienced, STEP-qualified Solicitor specialising in high-value, complex and technical estate administration. As Legal Services Director at Kings Court Trust, Charlotte is committed to supporting families at the difficult time of losing a loved one. Charlotte joined Kings Court Trust in February 2015 and has since used her technical expertise to manage hundreds of estates. Charlotte thrives on the diversity of the industry, understanding the needs of the client, and conveying even the most technical aspects of estate administration in a personable and transparent way.

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What happens to Trusts in Wills following a death?

on Nov 3, 2022 8:43:12 AM By | Charlotte Toogood |
A Trust is a legal arrangement that can form part of a person’s Will and come into effect upon death, granting the named Trustees in a Will control of assets, such as funds and property, on behalf of the beneficiaries. Various types of Trusts can be written into a Will, depending on an individual’s circumstances. This blog will provide an overview of our experience of working with Trusts in Wills upon death, specifically exploring Property Trusts, Nil Rate Band Discretionary Trusts (NRBDT), and Trusts for Minors.
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