Trusts are created for a number of reasons for example, to provide on-going support for a beneficiary under your Will, to provide tax effective estate planning or to benefit a charity.

A trust is an arrangement where a person or organisation holds legal title to and manages the assets of the trust beneficiary.
There are many different types of trusts each has a particular purpose.
Addresses the most common questions relating to trusts.
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A Guide for Wills, Estates & Trusts
This booklet answers the most common question related to making your Will, administering an estate and creating a trust. It includes information on fees and charges. PDF file size is 1.2 MB.
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A Guide for Court Ordered Trusts
This guide explains the role of a Trustee and how NSW Trustee & Guardian provides administration for minor children or a person with a disability in Trusts awarded by the court system.