Trusts: Adults only

A recent case defines the scope of the Court of Protection for dealing with the variation of trusts. Marie Batchelor explains ‘While a minor has the legal ability to make some decisions, or enter into some agreements, it is widely accepted that a minor does not have the ability to vary a trust.’ The Variation …
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Cases Referenced

  • ET v JP & ors [2018] EWHC 685 (Ch) (to appear in a future issue of Wills and Trusts Law Reports)