A discretionary trust in Australia, also commonly referred to as a family trust, is a legal relationship where one or more trustees hold the assets for the benefit of one or more other parties involved, known as beneficiaries. In a discretionary trust, the person who is the trustee is given the discretion to determine which of the beneficiaries are to receive the trust income or capital and how much each beneficiary is to receive.
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