LEADING IN HOUSING, SUPPORT AND RIGHTS FOR PEOPLE WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES
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Discretionary Trusts

This page has technical information about discretionary trusts, a way of making financial arrangements for a relative - including owning a property.Discretionary Trusts are particularly suitable for disabled people. Families might decide that they would like to be able to set up arrangements that allow their relative to continue to live at home with the necessary support.

This guide covers:

  • The traditional use of Trusts as a way of paying for the things the statutory services may not be able to give, for example a holiday, a new coat or even additional care
  • Trusts as a way of owning, managing and maintaining a property.

 The information about Discretionary Trusts is too long to fit on this webpage. To get a document with full information, click on the link under Downloads at the bottom of this page.
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