Relationship Property


How do you keep the unique character of the assets you bring to a new relationship?


Protection Against Relationship Property Claims


If assets are transferred into a family trust prior to entering into a relationship, the assets in the trust are less likely to be subject to a relationship property claim at the end of the relationship.


This concept extends further across generations, for example if you give personal assets to your children during your life (or in your will), those assets may, in certain circumstances, become available to their partners under the Property (Relationships) Act 1976.


If however, your assets are owned by a trust, or are given to your trust on death, your children can continue to receive the benefit of those assets but the assets do not form part of their personal property, and therefore cannot be subject to claims by your children’s partners.


Are you eligible?
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TrustUs can work for you if you and/or your partner answer TRUE to the below statements

  1.  Currently own your own home (TRUE/FALSE)
  2.  You (and/or) your partner are not a builder (TRUE/FALSE)
  3.  You (and/or) your partner are not property developers (TRUE/FALSE)
  4. You (and/or) your partner are not retired or looking to retire in the next 5 years (TRUE/FALSE)






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