Whether you are protecting your family or your business, trust law can be a complex and daunting topic. That is why it is essential to work with a trusts lawyer who has both the skills and experience needed to provide reliable and effective legal advice.
At Lewis Kitson Lawyers, we providing advice and representation for a variety of different trust structures, including discretionary and testamentary trusts, to unit trusts and superannuation laws. Our trusts lawyers can help you draft a trust deed, advise you on existing trust documents, and can assist with any disputes or breaches that may arise.
If you want to make sure that your family trust or other trust structures are legally sound and properly structured, get in touch with us today.
Our trusts law services
Lewis Kitson Lawyers have significant experience representing clients in a wide range of trust and asset protection services, including:
- Drafting, negotiating, and legal advice concerning:
- Discretionary Family Trusts
- Unit Trusts
- Testamentary Trusts
- Varying trust documents and removing and replacing trustees, appointors, and guardians
- Advice and legal representation in relation to trust deeds, disputes, and breaches of duty
Contact our experienced team for trust and trustee legal advice
At Lewis Kitson Lawyers, we have a wealth of experience in trusts law. We understand that setting up a trust can be complex, so we work closely with our clients to ensure that their interests and those of their family members are protected.
Our team can advise on all aspects of trusts law and documentation, from initial preparation and negotiation to ongoing trustee obligations. Our trusts lawyers will discuss your individual needs in order to provide appropriate advice on the best course of action for your situation.
Whether you are interested in creating a trust structure for your family or business or need legal guidance to navigate the complexities of superannuation and trust law, please get in touch with one of our team today.
All information on this site is for general information only, and does not constitute specific legal advice. Please consult one of our experienced legal team for specific advice relevant to your situation.