Our upcoming webinars

We host regular educational webinars for our partners

Register for our next webinars:


The responsibilities of an Executor

On Wednesday 4th March at 1:00pm, Kings Court Trust's Technical Manager, Nigel Merchant, will discuss the role of an Executor in great detail.

Listen to Nigel talk about the responsibilities and liabilities involved, as well as explain what tasks need to be completed during the estate administration process. 

The webinar will also cover best practices for discussing death with your clients and include some case studies which highlight how the estate administration process may not always be as straightforward as it first seems.

Click to register for the free webinar on Wednesday 4th March at 1:00pm




How estate administration can add value to your Will writing business proposition

On Wednesday 4th March at 12:30pm, Jill Clayton, Corporate Partnership Manager at Kings Court Trust will look at how adding an estate administration service to your business proposition can grow your business.

In under 20 minutes, Jill will discuss: 

• Who Kings Court Trust is and what we do
• Why Will writers should offer an estate administration service
• The benefits for you and your clients
• Resources available to support your business
• What Kings Court Trust partners have to say
• Overcoming common objections

Click to register for the free webinar on Wednesday 4th March at 12:30pm 




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Three biggest challenges with DIY probate


Discussing death with your clients


What to do when someone dies


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Take a look at our informative blog posts

Just like the webinars, our blog posts are available to you 24/7 giving you unlimited access to industry news and expert knowledge to better understand estate administration.

Legacy and in-memory giving set to double by 2045

The number of gifts left to charities in Wills each year is set to increase from 120,000 to 200,000 by 2045, reaching a value of £10 billion. This is due to various factors including increases in

Inheritance disputes set to increase as more British adults are willing to dispute a Will

Recent research highlights the increasing likelihood of disputes over inheritance. According to Direct Line Life Insurance, 12.6 million British adults would be prepared to dispute a Will and go to

What to Do When Someone Dies: Do I Need a Probate Solicitor?

Following a bereavement, there are a number of tasks that need to be considered and completed which can make an already difficult time even more stressful. The things you might need to consider is


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