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

Katie

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."

 
Linda

Linda Fisher, Will Management Services

"Working with Kings Court Trust meant that I could offer a holistic service for my clients. They could write their Wills with me, their family could come back to do the estate administration, and when they inherited, they could invest the funds through Invest Southwest which is my sister company, through the financial services."

Don't just take our word for it

Watch our valued business partner, Chris Heiberg, talk about why he chooses to partner with Kings Court Trust.


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