Right To Occupy Trust

What is a Right To Occupy Trust?

This is a fixed interest trust permitting a life tenant to reside in trust property often until they die or remarry (or cohabit) or cease to reside in the property.

Often there is a power to substitute the trust property for other suitable residential property.

Right To Occupy
Trust

£198.00 +VAT

What our clients are saying

Richard Rallison

“After having a very unsatisfactory experience with another Will provider my wife and I used the services of ASP Wills. The quality of service received from Sally was first class. She clearly explained the process and covered all the questions we had for her. We felt reassured that things were properly in place for our family and would recommend their services.”

– Richard Rallison

John Garrod

“A Will being one of the most important things we probably need to do, yet so often we shy away from. Sally Patrick of ASP Wills came highly recommended to me to fulfil this task. I to can now recommend very highly. Her professionalism, understanding and care make a potentially fraught occasion a straightforward and enjoyable experience.”

– John Garrod

Jacqueline Bettine

“To Michael and Sally, Just a little card to say a big thank you for all the hard work you have done in sorting out my brothers estate. Like I have said before, I don’t know what we would have done without your help support and friendship, we really appreciate it. Thanks again.”

– Jacqueline Bettine

Cathy Greengrass

“My parents and I have recently sorted out family affairs with Sally. I can’t say enough to recommend her to anyone who is reading this. From her friendly and sensitive approach to her professional advice. Thank you so very much for also helping me through this process. We, as a family are very grateful to you.”

– Cathy Greengrass

Ken Wright

“Exceptional Service. We have just used the services of ASP Wills to generate our Will and Power of Attorney. The service was exceptional. Nothing was too much trouble for them. I would highly recommend this company.”

– Ken Wright