Probate Advice Line
Kings Court Trust (KCT) is a regulated probate company that has been providing probate and estate administration services since it was founded in 2002. Probate is all that we do and our aim is to make things simple and straightforward for families at a time of need.
We deal with every aspect of probate and have a range of services to suit every circumstance. From closing bank accounts to selling the house to setting up trusts, we will take full legal responsibility for administering an estate, from beginning to end. Our friendly staff have all the expertise necessary to administer every complexity of estate under one roof.
We are committed to transparent and fair pricing. For all our services, we offer families a guaranteed, all-inclusive price based on the work needed. There are no hourly rates or percentages with us! See our price promise for more information.
KCT is authorised and regulated by the CLC, which is a Licensing Authority for Probate. We are registered under number L/511314/1 as an alternative business structure under the provisions of the Legal Services Act 2007. KCT is registered in England and Wales under Registration Number 4508778. The registered office is at Kings Court, Bath, BA1 1ER.
We are registered as a data controller with the Information Commissioner's Office in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 (our registration number is Z6639808).
In the event of a query or complaint about our website or our services, please contact us in one of the following ways:
- by telephone on 01225 787127
- in writing to the Quality Control & Compliance Manager at Kings Court Trust Ltd, Kings Court, Bath, BA1 1ER
- via email firstname.lastname@example.org
A copy of our complaints procedure is available on request. We have a strict internal complaints process that we adhere to, whereby a comprehensive and impartial response to any complaint will be completed within 28 days from receipt. However, if you are still dissatisfied once we have concluded our final review, you may contact the Legal Ombudsman directly to ask that they consider the complaint further. The Legal Ombudsman regulates the service we provide to our customers.