Protective Property Trust Wills

Protective Property Trust are used in Wills to protect your family home. They are sometimes called Life Interest Trusts and are ideally suited to family units who own their own home and that family home, the Principal Private Residence (PPR), is the family’s largest asset.
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    As the family’s largest asset it’s worth protecting and the video above helps explain how it works so please watch it, if you want to know more about these trusts then please feel free to call us on our main telephone number or to ask your questions by email, please see the Contact us page for info.

    The video shows how a family can use a Protective Property Trust when a husband and wife own a house as Tenants in Common, if they own it jointly then we can also help change it to tenants in common as part of the will writing process. See our website on the subject here.

    If you own a house in your sole name then the same trust can be used to allow someone such as your partner to continue living in your house for a number of years after your death or until they themselves die but then, when they move out or die, the house goes to your children (or any other beneficiary that you chose to nominate). You can also build in provisos such as your partner is not allowed to continue living in the house if they decide to cohabit with a new partner or re-marry, such controls on the trust are up to you.

    We also have available an excellent leaflet that may help you understand a bit more about Protective Property Trust and their uses in your wills.

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