Trusts can be a useful vehicle for many reasons. Our Lawyers have a thorough knowledge of trust law and practice and utilise that knowledge to the full extent to provide clients with the most flexible, cost-effective structure to achieve their goals for themselves, their families and other beneficiaries. Whether it’s a discretionary trust (family trusts), unit trust or other, we clearly explain the trust structure, the obligations of a trustee and take steps to remedy a situation where the trustee may be breaching their duties or obligations.
One-size-fits-all trust agreements cannot achieve the flexibility which people need to accommodate changes during their lifetime, and often result in unintended consequences. This is especially the case for unit trusts set up to operate a business. Off-the-shelf trust deeds can even be at risk of being void for uncertainty. At Antunes Lawyers, we draft our own discretionary and business trusts to suit your circumstances to make sure you maintain maximum control and flexibility. We will review your trust deed and circumstances and provide advice on your situation.
Let us help with:
- Charitable Trusts and Foundations
- Complaints Against Trustees
- Discretionary Trusts (Family Trusts)
- Joint Venture Agreements
- Removal of Trustees
- Breach of Trustee Duties and Obligations
- Seeking Information from a Trustee
- Special Disability Trusts by Parents for Disabled Children
- Unit Trusts
- Unitholders Agreements
- Child Maintenance Trusts
- Trusts that Receive the Land Tax Free Threshold
- Class Trusts
- Trusts for Blended Families
- Trusts that Enable Division Between Children in the Future
- Variation of (Amending) Trust Deeds
- Extending the Vesting Date of Trusts
- Litigation Involving Trusts
- Trust Deeds to Protect Assets Against Relationship Breakdown
- Trust Deeds Without a Perpetuity Period
Talk to one of the expert lawyers at Antunes Lawyers in Sydney by calling 02 9964 0499 today.