Trusts Services, aged care, asset protection, family trust set up, NZ

By: Fortune Manning Lawyers  06-Dec-2011

Our Private Client team has established, and currently administers, over 800 trusts, providing asset and estate planning for many clients and their families.

We have many years of experience in estate administration having acted for a number of generations of New Zealanders.

We act for many beneficiaries of trusts and estates in New Zealand and often attend to the administration of assets for executors and trustees who are offshore.

If you are contemplating retirement we have broad experience with retirement villages, residential care subsidies, reverse annuity mortgages and other elder care issues.

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