Kings Court Trust are pleased to launch a brand new guide to help professionals understand estate administration.
As a professional, you are responsible for advising your clients throughout their lifetime. This shouldn’t change when they experience the death of a family member or pass away. It can be difficult to work out what to do when someone dies so your clients or their families may turn to you for advice on how to take care of the deceased’s affairs (this process is also known as estate administration).
We understand that you’re a busy professional that probably doesn’t have the time to spend hours learning about estate administration. Therefore, we’ve conveniently summarised everything you need to know about estate administration in order to offer your clients and their families support when they need it the most.
'Understanding estate administration: a guide for professionals' aims to share everything you need to know about estate administration, so you can confidently offer your clients advice when they have questions surrounding what to do when someone dies.
The guide covers:
- The difference between probate and estate administration
- What is probate?
- What is estate administration?
- The options available to an Executor or Administrator
- How Kings Court Trust can help your clients
- How Kings Court Trust can expand your business offering