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Our Trust service provides flexible and efficient ways to safeguard assets and meet a variety of financial and estate planning objectives.

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ARM Trustees Limited (ARMT) proffers advice to clients on strategies for effective estate planning. Our main strategy is geared towards the preservation and enhancement of wealth for our clients…

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Estate Planning

Contrary to what you may think, Estate Planning is not about houses, buildings or real estate holdings that you may have. It is about planning for the disposition and administration of an estate…

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We offer a wide range of commercial trust services to public and private sector entities such as State Governments, Corporate entities, Issuers of Debt and other hybrid Instruments…

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What does ‘Next of Kin’ mean?

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You most likely do not need to think about it anymore, you already know whose name to write every time you are required to name your Next of Kin. But have you ever thought about it? When you name a person Next of Kin, how much authority are you giving to that person, what should you expect of them, what are they empowered to do? What exactly does ‘Next of Kin’ mean? The term “Next of kin” refers to your nearest relation according to law, someone to be called upon in case of any eventuality. A next of kin can...
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Do I have to tell My husband?

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Hi Shade, My name is Gloria, I got married 5 years ago at 35. Before the wedding, I already built a house at Mowe, a block of  6 flats, and I have other undeveloped property that I didn’t tell my husband about(so as not to intimidate or repel him). My plan is to gift the property to my children as a start-up fund the moment they are done with university. Do I have to declare these assets to my husband? If anything happens to me along the line, how can I ensure my children get them? The property were bought...