no its a lawyer thing...
i would suggest discussing it with and accountant and then a qualified financial planner 1st.
they all do different things and there may be no benefit in a trust if not thought about in tax / fin planning and legal ways.
"trusts" in general are useful if you have a complex business empire, if you work for wages and dont have an empire it can be counter productive in tax and effectiveness stakes.
if your on "wages" something to consider is a testamentary trust built into your will that can protect your assets within the family (mostly your kids) from "gold diggers" etc.
please discuss it with your financial planner, accountant and lawyer.
# this is not financial / legal advice... please consult the back of the weetbix box i was just reading....