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Trust Practitioner's Handbook


Wills and probate

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2 November 2012

Law Society Publishing


Paperback + CD-ROM
448 pages

Trust Practitioner's Handbook
3rd edition

Gill Steel


Trusts can provide clients with solutions to a wide variety of obje


"Trust Practitioner's Handbook, 3rd Edition has a number of excellent features. These include the worked examples, summaries, tables and diagrams. For a topic like trusts, which is often difficult to properly master, these are brilliantly helpful. The written style is also engaging and crisp."

The Student Law Journal, August 2013


Part 1 - Setting up a trust: 1. Why have a trust?;
2. Creating a trust;
3. Trustees;
Part 2 - Administering the trust: 4. Getting started;
5. Administration implications of the Trustee Act 2000;
6. Trustees' decision making;
7. Financial services;
Part 3 - Taxation of trusts: 8. Introduction to taxation of trusts;
9. Inheritance tax;
10. Capital gains tax;
11. Income tax;
12. Trusts with a disabled and/or vulnerable beneficiary;
Part 4 - Practical trusts: 13. Dealing with various events;
14. Nil rate band discretionary trust debt or charge scheme;
15. Managing an efficient and profitable practice;
16. Information technology;

About the Author

Gill Steel is a sole practitioner and proprietor of the Lawskills know-how, training and consultancy servicefor private client practitioners. She is also a freelance consultant, lecturer and trainer. Gill is a member ofthe Law Society's Wills and Equity Committee, the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) UKPractice Committee and the Association of Taxation Technicians.