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A Trust is a private legal relationship created where a person (the \u201csettlor\u201d) places ownership of assets under the control of another person (the \u201ctrustee\u201d) for the benefit of someone else (the \u201cbeneficiaries\u201d) or for a specified purpose.
A person may enjoy a direct benefit from a trust by having the trust pay all their personal living expenses or using the trust assets as if they were their own personal assets. An indirect benefit. A person may enjoy an indirect benefit from the trust by having access to and use of, trust assets such as holiday homes.
A Trust is a private legal relationship created where a person (the \u201csettlor\u201d) places ownership of assets under the control of another person (the \u201ctrustee\u201d) for the benefit of someone else (the \u201cbeneficiaries\u201d) or for a specified purpose.
Use this form if in the last 5 years, you or your partner have been involved with or have transferred funds or assets to a private trust that has not been vested.
Revocable trust Probate can be a lengthy process for your loved ones to work through and becomes a matter of public record. Also, your assets in a revocable trust are considered personal assets for estate tax purposes and creditors.
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Private trusts include non-complying self managed superannuation funds, family trusts, testamentary trusts and those fixed trusts with fewer than 50 members and trusts outside Australia. They do not include fixed trusts with more than 50 members or any public trusts, such as unlisted property trusts or equity trusts.
Private trusts include non-complying self managed superannuation funds, family trusts, testamentary trusts and those fixed trusts with fewer than 50 members and trusts outside Australia. They do not include fixed trusts with more than 50 members or any public trusts, such as unlisted property trusts or equity trusts.
The general purpose of any trust is to manage and preserve property (typically money) for the benefit of one or more persons. However, a trust is usually set up for a special purpose that meets your specific needs or the needs of your beneficiaries.
Use this form if in the last 5 years, you or your partner have been involved with or have transferred funds or assets to a private trust that has not been vested.
Private trusts include non-complying self managed superannuation funds, family trusts, testamentary trusts and those fixed trusts with fewer than 50 members and trusts outside Australia. They do not include fixed trusts with more than 50 members or any public trusts, such as unlisted property trusts or equity trusts.

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