We advise and assist with the entire lifecycle of the chosen structure and anything in between.
Parslows client base includes beneficiaries, trustees, settlors, protectors, guardians and council members from Jersey and around the world, and we’re proud of our reputation for prompt, high-quality work.
We’ve helped hundreds of trustees, fiduciaries, settlors, beneficiaries and advisers from around the world, and we’re proud of our reputation for prompt, high-quality, valuable work.
Mason is an expert on trusts & foundations and pension law in Jersey. He also has considerable experience in company law and regulatory issues.
Mason is recommended by the Legal 500 and was named as a prominent figure in the Citywealth Leaders List in 2014/15/16. Mason is an author of the ICSA Guide to Jersey Foundations, and Sweet & Maxwell’s publication “World’s Leading Financial & Trust Centres”.
Our trust lawyers advise on all aspects of Jersey trust law. We understand and appreciate that clients have differing needs, we always take the time to understand your expectations and requirements so that we can provide appropriate advice.
It will come as no surprise that we can provide the full range of trust structures to protect wealth and assets for now and subsequent generations. From establishment to all aspects of use, including variation, transfer and termination, we advise on every stage of the lifecycle of a trust.
Our client base includes private individuals, families, trustees, beneficiaries and private banks.
Jersey foundations can be an alternative platform for clients wishing to establish structures for asset protection, succession planning and tax efficiency. Unlike a trust, beneficiaries do not have an interest in the foundation’s assets or are owed any fiduciary duties. In general terms there is no obvious limit to the uses of a Jersey foundation.
Our lawyers provide specialist advice to clients as to all aspect of Jersey foundations law. We will deliver pragmatic creative advice with consistent quality to meet all our clients’ specific requirements.