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Is there any legal way to protect investments made by family members who live outside of the UK if the person handling the investments gets divorced?
My family back home (out of Uk) are thinking of investing Here, they want me to handle all the investments, which will mostly be real estate. THey are worried incase something happens, i and my partner divorces, they might want to go for the investments which is not mine but controlled by me. Is there anything legally possible to afford this ? Or anyone been in this shoes, where they are proxy for someone else. Legal Counsel in the house?

Anonymous

21st April 2022

Top Answer
Tax Adviser, They could set up a limited company with you as director, but they own all the shares.

Cary Brown

21st April 2022

1 upvote

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