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Free educational content on Trusts in Wills for you and your clients

Kings Court Trust are experts in all things probate and estate administration; this includes handling different types of Trusts in Wills following a death. As an award-winning and market-leading provider of estate administration services, they often deal with Trusts for Minors, Discretionary Trusts, and much more.

To facilitate your client conversations surrounding Trusts and provide informative content to your clients, they have a variety of resources available, including:

Client content

  • What is the role of a Trustee in a Will?
    • This blog provides an overview of Trusts, explains the role of a Trustee, and outlines the difference between Trustees, Executors, and beneficiaries.
  • What is a Nil Rate Band Discretionary Trust?
    • Kings Court Trust answers frequently asked questions on this specific type of Trust and defines the related terms. The blog covers beneficiaries’ rights under a Discretionary Trust and explains the advantages of leaving inheritance in a Trust.

Professional content

Kings Court Trust is an award-winning estate administration provider that takes care of the practicalities after death. Their full suite of estate administration solutions is designed to support your clients no matter the circumstances.

Additionally, there are many benefits for their business partners, including free educational content, an additional revenue stream through fee share, and potential for additional clients – with every referred estate Kings Court Trust administers, they will introduce any beneficiaries back to your business.

If you have any questions about Trusts, probateestate administration, or how you can work in partnership with Kings Court Trust, call them on 0333 207 5470 or email

This article was submitted to be published by Kings Court Trust as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Wills and Probate. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Wills and Probate.

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