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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Savings & Investments
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Can anyone help I’m so confused I had a trust drawn up by a solicitor one part is discretionary for my disabled daughter the solicitor who set up the trust said to get a trust account then get independent financial advice as how to invest it. The bank where the trust account is has said to invest it I’ll have to take it out of the trust and loose the trust protection I’m confused whose right and who can recommend what to do with the money if I take it out of the trust it seemed like a waste of time and money setting up a trust and if so does anyone know who I can complain too as I wasn’t told about this.