Property Protection Trusts

Secure your family home with a Property Protection Trust.

Property Protection Trusts from just £789

What does a property protection trust offer me?

Get peace of mind with a PPT

Peace of mind

Secure your share of the family home by placing your property into a Trust after you have passed.

Protect your share with a PPT

Avoid Care Fees

By placing your share of a home into property protection trust, you can protect your share from being used to pay other’s care fees.

Security with Property Protection Trust

Security

With your property in a trust, your home will be managed by the trustees for the benefit of the beneficiaries. Safe from future attacks from divorces, debt and future inheritance tax.

Why do people use Zenco?

Affordable

Here at Zenco, we take pride in providing services that are genuinely affordable without compromising on quality.

Our commitment to affordability ensures that everyone can protect their best interests without breaking the bank.

    Zenco is affordable.
    Zenco is accessible

    Accessible

    We believe in accessibility for all. That’s why our service is designed to be easily accessible to everyone, both physically and digitally.

    We offer an intuitive online platform for those who prefer to use a service from the comfort of their homes.

    Moreover, our customer support team is always available to assist with any queries, making the experience smooth and hassle-free for everyone.

    Amazing

    We strive to provide an amazing experience to each and every one of our valued customers. From the moment you visit our website, our commitment to excellence shines through.

    Our amazing team of dedicated professionals works tirelessly to deliver services that go above and beyond expectations.

    We continuously innovate and improve so that you can look after the things that matter with ease.

    Zenco is Amazing!

    What does a Trust offer me?

    Protect your home with a PPT

    Home protection

    Protect your home for future generations by placing your share of your home into trust after you have passed away.

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    Less tax in future

    Save on inheritance tax for the next generation.

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    Choice

    Choose trustees and beneficiaries. Decide how you want your estate to be managed through a letter of wishes.

    Our customer support is here to help

    Need help? Don’t worry

    If you get stuck at any point our team are just one call away to answer your questions.

    Available from 8am – 5.30pm Monday to Friday

    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.

    Top questions for Trusts