Miscellaneous 2002

Splitting trusts

Source: The Tax Specialist Journal Article

Published Date: 1 Oct 2002

A consideration of the consequences of splitting the assets of a discretionary trust between two or more trustees by appointing a new trustee to hold some of the assets. The original trustee continues to hold the remaining assets. Both hold on the original trusts.

Please note that this paper was also presented by the author at the Trust Restructures - Splitting Trusts seminar held on 22 July 2003 at the City West Function Centre, West Perth, WA.

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