Trust Prices

Protect your home and assets in your lifetime and after death without breaking the bank.

Get a Trust from just £389

Couples Property Protection Trust Will

£789 

Includes FREE delivery

A simple and easy way to settle your affairs for your family and loved ones after you pass away. Decide who manages and benefits from your estate, as well as how your final wishes are to be respected.

Key benefits:

  •   Guarantees who benefits from your share of the property if a surviving spouse or civil partner remarries after you die or writes a new will.

  • Can help reduce the potential impact of residential care fees on the property value for the benefit of future generations.

  • This Trust includes the work to Severe the Tenancy of your property.

Single Discretionary Trust Will

£389 

Includes FREE delivery

A simple and easy way to settle your affairs for your family and loved ones after you pass away. Decide who manages and benefits from your estate, as well as how your final wishes are to be respected.

Key benefits:

  •   Guarantees that vulnerable people are given assistance in the management of their inheritance.

  •   Reduces the risk of state benefit entitlements being compromised by the receipt of inheritance.

  •   Potentially helps unmarried couples with Inheritance Tax planning.

Couples Discretionary Trust Will

£689

Includes FREE delivery

A simple and easy way to settle your affairs for your family and loved ones after you pass away. Decide who manages and benefits from your estate, as well as how your final wishes are to be respected.

Key benefits:

  •   Guarantees that vulnerable people are given assistance in the management of their inheritance.

  •   Reduces the risk of state benefit entitlements being compromised by the receipt of inheritance.

All prices include VAT

Why get a Trust with Zenco?

When it comes to protecting your assets and ensuring your loved ones’ financial well-being, a trust is an indispensable tool.

Our experienced team of trust experts is dedicated to guiding you through every step of the process, making sure your trust is meticulously designed to align with your specific goals and wishes.

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Top Questions for Trusts

Why have a Trust?

A Trust can offer a layer of protection for the assets held within in it if the beneficiary were, for example, to go through a divorce or face bankruptcy. An outright gift to someone in such a situation could result in the gifted assets passing out of that person’s control, to a former spouse or to a trustee in bankruptcy.

When should I set up a Trust?

A Trust can either be created in your Will so that it only commences on your death, or it can be created in your lifetime and start immediately.

You can then leave a further sum of money to the trust under the terms of your Will. We can discuss this with you and advise you of all the options available to you.

What can I put into Trust?

Money and property are the most common, but you can put anything into the Trust.

Items in the Trust are distributed as and when to beneficiaries of the Trust, which will include your child with a learning disability, by the Trustees.

The letter of wishes you will have written often acts as guidance for the Trustees.

Are Trusts subject to Tax?

Trusts are subject to tax in their own right but they can also be useful for tax planning purposes. A transfer of assets to a Trust during lifetime can reduce the inheritance tax payable on the Settlor’s death by reducing the value of his or her chargeable estate. The transfer of assets to a Trust for a beneficiary with a low level of income and gains can result in lower rates of income and capital gains tax.

What happens to the Trust when I die?

Upon your passing, your estate will be held in Trust for your chosen beneficiaries.

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