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Trustee complaints

tommie12
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Trustee complaints

Postby tommie12 » Mon Feb 13, 2017 1:37 pm

Who can one complain to about a Trustee of a Trust of which you are beneficiary if you believe that the Trustee is acting in his own personal interests and ignoring the lawful interests of the beneficiary?

section 44
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Re: Trustee complaints

Postby section 44 » Mon Feb 13, 2017 2:27 pm

the courts

Lee Young
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Re: Trustee complaints

Postby Lee Young » Mon Feb 13, 2017 2:54 pm

If he is a professional, his professional body!
Lee Young
Solicitor, Chartered Tax Adviser and Trust and Estate Practitioner


Partner, Frettens LLP
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AnthonyR
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Re: Trustee complaints

Postby AnthonyR » Mon Feb 13, 2017 2:58 pm

As above, but bear in mind that if it's a discretionary trust, they will likely have wide powers to invest and use the funds. On top of that, there is usually no requirement to provide specific beneficiaries with any benefit at all.

You should seek specialist advice on this one (and get a copy of the trust deed!).
Anthony Rogers LLB CTA TEP
Fusion Partners LLP
anthony@fusionpartners.co.uk


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