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Planning for the Future to Protect your Child with Autism

03.04.19

Thinking about a time when you may not be here to support your children can be frightening for parents. If you have a child with autism, their future can be especially difficult to think about as they may have varying needs throughout their lifetime.  It is natural to worry about how your child will manage


What is a Personal Injury Trust?

19.02.19

By Katherine Miller A trust is an arrangement where assets are transferred to a small group of people for them to hold for the benefit of others. A personal injury trust is any trust that holds money or assets that came from an award of damages or compensation for any personal injury. This can include


How do I set up a Disabled Person’s Trust?

22.11.17

In previous blogs we have covered what a Disabled Person’s Trust is, how it can be used to benefit a disabled person and the advantages and disadvantages of this type of trust. A Disabled Person’s Trust (which some people may refer to as a ‘disabilities trust’) to recap, can only be set up for people


When saving for your child may be a problem

13.09.17

For the majority of parents, it’s important to plan ahead and consider how you will support your children through their education and early adulthood; we are often encouraged to set aside savings to provide for our children into their future. Savings accounts, Children’s Bonds, Junior ISAs, Child Trust Funds are products that are available when


What is a Discretionary Trust?

23.08.17

Last month we covered “Trusts for Disabled People Explained?” and explored when a Disabled Person’s Trust is the right Trust to consider. In this article we are going to look at a Discretionary Trust in more detail. As a parent you continue to provide love, guidance and support throughout your child’s life to the day