Edward Cursham

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Wills, Trusts and Probate

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Creation of Trusts and Administration

A trust is a complex legal arrangement where one person holds property (whether land, cash or investments) for the benefit and use of another.

Trusts can take a variety of forms and are set up for a number of different reasons; each having it’s own set of rules and tax implications. Setting up a trust will typically involve a ‘settlor’, being the person who puts the assets into trust, a ‘trustee’ being the person who manages the trust, and a beneficiary, being the person who benefits from the assets held in the trust.

Depending on your needs and requirements, we can help guide you through the creation and ongoing management of a trust to make sure it meets your specific requirements.

Marriage – the effect on your Will

Those that enter a marriage after making a Will are at risk of having their Will revoked, with assets left to ...

Home ownership: Joint tenants v Tenants in common

“Joint tenants” and “tenants in common” are both terms that refer to how owners of a property hold the...

Lifetime gifts and inheritance tax planning

With the new tax year a little under a month away now, it might be a good time to give some thought to inherit...

Association of Convenience Stores launch 2019 Crim...

The Association of Convenience Stores (ACS) 2019 Crime Report and Guidance highlights the cost and impact of c...

Guide to Mortgages

Guide to mortgages including explanations of your obligations as a borrower, vacant possession, indemnity insu...

The responsibility to manage asbestos on completio...

If you are an owner, landlord, tenant or managing agent of a commercial property you may be responsible for ma...

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The National Franchise Exhibition 2016 Survey

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Case study: Incoming Franchisors

Fraser Brown acted for one of Irelands largest importer and wholesalers of furniture into the UK market prepa...

Why couples should make a will

Most people think wills are of more relevance to the elderly; this is certainly not the case, particularly for...

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