Tip Form a Trust in minutes
Forming a trust is a little more complex than starting a company, but it does have its advantages. If you’ve been advised to set up a discretionary trust, we can help you with the application.
What you get
Once your discretionary trust is approved, you’ll receive a set of documents, based on the information you provided. These include:
Discretionary Trust Deed
Provided by a Top 10 Law firm
Meeting Minutes for the Trustee
If the trustee is a company
Emailed to you instantly once your application is submitted
Our helpful guide
Information on what to do next, including stamping and opening company bank accounts.
How long does it take?
Most customers fill in and submit their applications 15-20 minutes, and have their documents emailed to them instantly.
All you need to get started
There’s no paperwork to worry about. All you need to lodge an online application are a few details including:
A trust name
Trustee Details (Company or Individual)
Once set up, there are a couple of things you’ll need to do, which can vary by state. Find out more.