Trusts: Too close for comfort

Stephen Boyd analyses Watts v Watts, a case that demonstrates the importance of having independent trustees ‘The judge found that “it was inherently improbable, in the extreme, that Arthur would have wanted to give his money away; he had substantial commitments and, at the time, no gainful employment.”’As Gutman said to the Generalissimo in Tennessee …
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Cases Referenced

  • Watts v Watts [2014] WTLR 1781