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Our partner testimonials

We’re committed to helping our partners support their clients while growing their business and we’re so proud to receive their reviews

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Katie Ridland, Ridland Wealth Management Ltd

"I was attracted to working with Kings Court Trust because they can handle the entire estate administration process. It’s like a one stop shop for a client’s estate. We advise our clients that they should not just rely on a local lawyer, but rather use full time estate administration professionals - such as Kings Court Trust - who offer a fixed price."

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Trevor Worth, Portcullis Legals

"The relationship with Kings Court Trust is absolutely beneficial to all stakeholders, not just for ourselves and Kings Court Trust, but for the clients and their beneficiaries. We find the people that they employ are good people. They make things easy for us, whether that's digitally, on the phone or even face to face visits." 

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Can property improvements and upgrades be made during estate administration?

By Jim Sisson, Chief Financial Officer at Tower Street Finance   When people pass away, they leave behind all kinds of assets and heirlooms. Property is often among the most valuable assets and

What is a Grant of Probate?

“What is a Grant of Probate?” is a frequently asked question by those newly tasked with administering the estate of a loved one who has recently passed away. A Grant of Probate, commonly referred to

What does an Administrator of an estate do?

According to research from October 2021, over 10% of over 75s in the UK have not made a Will.  When someone dies without leaving a Will, known as dying intestate, it hands one of their relatives a

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