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Leading estate administration provider relocates to Bristol

Posted by Kings Court Trust | Nov 22, 2016 11:55:58 AM

Kings Court Trust, one of the UK’s leading estate administration providers, has relocated its office to Bristol this week. 

The move follows a period of sustained growth for the company and has seen them move from their offices in central Bath to the landmark Spectrum House on Bond Street, which overlooks central Bristol and Cabot Circus. 

The new 6611 square foot office will offer a more flexible working space for their staff of 100 legal and tax experts, whilst also providing room to expand the business operation in line with anticipated growth over the next few years. 

Tom Curran, CEO, commented: “We are delighted to move to Spectrum House at such an exciting time for the business. Bristol is a growing hub for financial and legal services and our new office will place us at the heart of this thriving business community. 

Although this is a significant move for the business, it will not change the way in which we serve our customers and business partners. We remain committed to providing the best estate administration service on the market, ensuring that every action, decision and service we offer goes some way to achieving our purpose - helping families to move on.”

Kings Court Trust specialises in providing a comprehensive, efficient and cost effective estate administration service to families at their time of need. Since 2002, they have helped more than 7,000 families deal with the estates of their loved ones and have accurately distributed over £1.5 billion of assets to beneficiaries.  They work with a UK wide network of business partners including Will writers, financial advisers and funeral directors to offer practical advice and support to families dealing with bereavement.

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