Henry is happy to advise upon all aspects of trusts law. He has experience of a broad variety of trusts-related litigation and advisory work, including matters arising out of pensions, wills and charitable trusts. Recent work has involved advising on the existence and operation of constructive and resulting trusts, the validity and variation of trusts, the removal of trustees, and trustee powers and duties in relation to disclosure of trust documents, loans of trust property, and advancement and/or appointment to trust beneficiaries. Henry also has experience of advising, where relevant, on capital gains and inheritance tax issues and of drafting trust deeds.
‘Construction and rectification in the context of a family deed of trust’: article for LexisPSL Private Client (September 2018) on the decision in Millar and Pearson v Millar  EWHC 1926 (Ch) and the proper approach to the construction and rectification of a unilateral instrument.