Resolving disputes over Trusts
Trusts are used to hold assets for the benefit of others, known as beneficiaries, and are a tax-efficient way of managing assets after your death. Trusts are managed by trustees for the beneficiaries, according to the terms of a Will or Trust deed.
However, even when Trust deeds have been well prepared, they can lead to disputes after someone’s death. The disputes may arise between trustees, or between trustees and beneficiaries over issues such as the management of assets.
Resolving Trust disputes – how we can help
If you are a trustee, it is vital to act quickly on disputes to ensure that the Trust’s assets are not at risk and that you are acting in the best interests of the beneficiaries.
- Trustee disputes
- Beneficiary disputes
- Claims against the Trust
- Removal of trustees
We have substantial experience in all areas of Trust, Will and inheritance disputes and can advise on the merits of your claim, as well as how to fund it and the risks associated with claiming.
Our team is recommended by the independently-researched directory, The Legal 500, as one of the top teams of specialists in the country. We specialise in these types of matters and the team includes members of the Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists (ACTAPS).
To discuss how our specialist team might be able to act on your behalf in a Trust, Will or inheritance dispute, please call us on 0800 024 1976 or via our online enquiry form.
"Nelsons Solicitors Limited has a sizeable contentious trusts and probate team that frequently handles disputes concerning high value estates. The team displays strong expertise in Inheritance Act claims, complex challenges to wills, court of protection and defamation matters. Practice head Kevin Modiri and his team are 'sensible and pragmatic' and frequently deliver client training and CPD seminars.”Legal 500
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