When the protection of your most valued assets is on the line, it pays to seek out advice from an expert. You can rest assured that your assets are thoroughly protected with the help of Antunes Lawyers.

With our advice, a well-structured trust could become an effective tool in your arsenal for protecting your assets and achieving tax advantages.

For those who are just beginning to learn about trusts, in simple terms, a trust is a relationship between a trustee and one or more beneficiaries. The trustee, who legally owns the assets, takes responsibility for administering the trust for the benefit of the beneficiary. The main purpose and advantage of trusts is that they can provide significant legal protection of your assets in circumstances where you go bankrupt, if you get divorced, or when you pass away.

Trusts come in many shapes, sizes, purposes, structures, and circumstances. So when dealing with trusts – as an individual or a business – it’s important to seek out legal advice to guarantee that your trust is structured to suit your situation and achieve its intended objectives.

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When it comes to trusts, you can count on Antunes Lawyers. Our team will ensure that your assets are protected.

Trusts are incredibly effective at protecting assets, but only if they’re carefully drafted. Establishing a trust without careful consideration could leave your assets vulnerable or lead to unexpected taxes.

Our team can help you to determine what kind of trust best suits your needs, draft trust deeds, amend or wind up existing trusts, advise trustees on their obligations and duties, and assist beneficiaries in exercising their rights. When it comes to all things trusts, look no further than Antunes Lawyers.

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