Trust Officer

Trust Officers administer trusts, estates and settlements on behalf of beneficiaries.

Overview

Trust Officers administer trusts, estates and settlements on behalf of beneficiaries.

Day-to-day

  • assists solicitors in areas of conveyancing, contracts, common law, probate and other legal practice matters
  • satisfies statutory requirements, establishes beneficial entitlements and distributes assets.

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To become a Trust Officer

  • You can work as a Trust Officer without formal qualifications, however, a course in personal trust administration, business, accounting, law or a related field may be useful. Vocational Education and Training (VET) and university are both common study pathways.

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