BBC One’s new legal profession drama series The Split seemed to break half a dozen professional rules, both lawyers and observers noted, including client files casually dropped on desks to be glanced at by opposing lawyers. Hazel Wright, a partner in the family department at the London law firm Hunters Solicitors, found another fault with the storyline.…
Trusts are often feared for being over-complicated and outmoded. They are not always simple, but they remain important and flexible tools to help with the controlled devolution and management of wealth.
We have long and broad experience of advising in relation to trusts. Our approach is always to consider how useful and appropriate they are to the individual circumstance. When they cease to be useful, we advise on their efficient termination. Hunters’ knowledge and experience of trust law is nationally recognised as being of the highest level.
Once trusts are up and running, they need to be soundly administered. We seek to ensure that this is done as effectively and efficiently as possible, and regard trust administration as a real service of which we are justly proud.
In many instances we also deal with our clients’ personal tax affairs – their financial interests often being extremely wide ranging and complex.