Our purpose: To help families move on.

At Kings Court Trust, we occupy a unique, privileged position. We are called upon at a sensitive time when families are going through the stages of grief, but there is an acceptance that certain realities need to be addressed.

What can interrupt this healing process? Unnecessary stress. Anxiety. Unexpected obstacles. A gruelling or difficult estate administration experience. We do everything in our power to make sure that this doesn’t happen to the families that entrust us to take care of their estate administration.

Every action, decision and service we offer goes some way to achieving our purpose - helping you and your family to move on.

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What is estate administration?

Probate has become the term commonly associated with handling an individual's estate after they've died but it is just one component of administering an estate. Estate administration is so much more. It’s the process of sorting out a deceased person’s legal and tax affairs. Everything from bank accounts, belongings and property to debts, pensions and Inheritance Tax. 

Regulatory bodies

Kings Court Trust is authorised and regulated by The Council for Licensed Conveyancers, which is a Licensing Authority for Probate. Kings Court Trust is registered under number 11245 as an alternative business structure under the provisions of the Legal Services Act 2007. Kings Court Trust Limited is registered in England and Wales under Companies House Registration Number 04508778. The Managers of Kings Court Trust Limited are: Andrea Pierce (an Authorised Person), Tom Curran and Sarah Bird.