Build these Trust Deeds online

Family Trust

Family Trust Deed – over 18,000 sold
Update Family Trust Deed – change Appointors & Trustees, Bamford streaming, definition of ‘Income’ & tax laws
Annual Distribution Statements for your Family Trust – sign minutes before 30 June
Forgive Family Trusts’ UPEs – human forgives money the Family Trust owes (UPEs & loans)
Deed of Gift – to prove the money you put into your Family Trust was a gift (not a loan)
Division 7A Loan Deed – company lends trust money to Family Trust (UPEs & loans)
Loan Agreement – lend money to your Family Trust
Vesting Deed – wind up your old Family Trust
Training Course on Family Trusts – includes the Family Trust Deed

Unit Trust

Unit Trust Deed – with pre-emptive rights and limited liability for Unitholders
Vesting Deed – to wind up your Unit Trust
Change the trustees of your Unit Trust – update the trustees of your Unit Trust
Change the name of your Unit Trust – update the name of your Unit Trust
NSW fixed Trust Deed  – signed off by Office of State Revenue (for land tax and stamp duty)
Vary Deed for NSW Land – signed off by Office of State Revenue (for land tax and stamp duty)
Unitholders Agreement – the Unitholders agree to follow a set of rules also protects you from litigation

Bare & Secret Trusts

Bare Trusts – ‘Death Bed Declaration’, ‘Secretly buy’ & ‘Hide assets you own’; no Stamp Duty and no CGT.

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Statutory Declaration

 

Family Trusts

Update the Family Trust for Bamford streaming only:

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Or, update Bamford streaming PLUS update the rest of the Deed:

Instead, update for Bamford streaming PLUS the Deed PLUS update the Appointor & Trustee:

Or just update the Trustee below:

Or just update the Appointor below:


Set up a new Family Trust Deed:

Prepare the Annual Trust Distribution Minutes:


Deal with Division 7A (loan or UPE from your company to the Family Trust):

Or, to forgive the ‘loan account’ and UPEs (loans from humans to Family Trust):


Change the name of your Family Trust:

To wind up and vest the Family Trust, when you no longer want it: