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Have we lost trust in trusts?

Are trusts simply for keeping wealth in the hands of the privileged few? Arabella Murphy explains why this assumption obscures legitimate reasons for them.

To read Arabella's views, please click on the link below to read her article which was first published in the London Gazette on 19 October 2016 and is reproduced here with permission.

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