Trusts

Trusts

Trusts are an effective way method to protect assets or beneficiaries depending on your requirements. Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors work in conjunction with tax consultants to provide you with detailed advice on what is a complex area of law.

We advise you on the most suitable Trust to use to suit your needs or those of a beneficiaries including young children or children with special needs to name two examples.

It is important to have a fully functional and well drafted trust to meet your requirements whether you are looking to create a Bare trust, Fixed trust, Life interest or Discretionary trust.

We further advise on the administration of trusts, appointment of new trustees, rights and obligations of trustees, break up / termination of trusts.

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Should you require any further information in relation to Trusts contact Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors  on 01 613 9191 or at info@cgsolicitors.ie  and a solicitor specialising in Trusts will revert to you.

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