It may be that when someone makes their Will they are not sure what their circumstances will be when they die and do not know whether long-term care or Inheritance Tax will be their priority (or even if a chosen Beneficiary will be disabled). The Discretionary Trust covers this situation. One of the Trustees will be the spouse or partner of the Testator. The terms of the Trust give the Trustees 2 years to decide who, from the listed Beneficiaries, should benefit from the deceased’s Estate. This can include setting up further trusts.
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