There is no formal registration of the trust required, it is simply a case of appointing the trustees by the appropriate deed.
No one has to use a solicitor. If you know what you’re doing, you can do it yourselves.
If you have previously used a solicitor and you have the deed of appointment, you could simply type the wording out on a new piece of paper and hey presto.
You would need two deeds: 1: for any retiring trustees (except in the event of death) and 2:4 appointing new trustees.
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