Tower Street Finance and Kings Court Trust in new partnership deal

Tower Street Finance, the market leader in inheritance lending and Kings Court Trust, one of the UK’s largest probate provider have entered into a new partnership. The deal will benefit both companies but more importantly

Tower Street Finance has surpassed the target it set at the start of 2021 to raise valuable funds for Cruse Bereavement Care – its official charity partner for the year. The goal was to reach

Gill Steel, founder of Lawskills, the learning and development consultancy for private clients, hosted a discussion about the benefits of Tower Street Finance’s products and services recently. She was joined by Foot Anstey partner Rachel

As part of our continued growth, we’ve welcomed four new colleagues to the Tower Street Finance team over the last month and this week we’re excited to announce another two have joined us to complete

Tower Street Finance was able to offer a speedy and efficient service to an IFA and solicitor for a case where a large Inheritance Tax bill was due within days, with no means to pay.

Hot on the heels of our announcement last week about new team members, we’re delighted to welcome another two to Tower Street Finance. Richard Dearden joins us from Irwin Mitchell where he was head of

We’re pleased to announce the addition of two new team members to Tower Street Finance. This week we’ve welcomed Anya Carter our new customer support manager and Nick Lacey who will cover the London

A recent court ruling saw the claimant of a contentious probate case being able to recoup the success fee uplift which was part of the ‘no win no fee’ arrangement she had with her solicitor.

Tower Street Finance has partnered with Executor Solutions to offer its clients a simple, risk-free way to fund the administration of estates. Following the launch of its Estate Expense Funding, Tower Street Finance was able

Serious issues and confusion are being caused for families who are unable to communicate clearly with each other over inheritance planning. A recent report* found that 47% of people don’t intend to split their

We’ve been providing products to customers for more than two years now, and in that time have learnt that there is no such thing as a typical customer. They all have different needs for all

Following Boris Johnson’s announcement about a £12bn a year tax hike to cover Health and Social Care, experts’ attention has moved onto wealth taxes and they have been giving their opinions on what ‘could’ and

Tower Street Finance’s head of underwriting Heather Pollard explains how some of our recent cases have highlighted that sometimes the product our partners and customers think is the right one for them isn’t necessarily the

Today we’re releasing our report “The ‘I’ Word” which gives an insight into people’s expectations around leaving and receiving inheritances and their knowledge of the processes involved. Tower Street Finance’s specially commissioned research was conducted

Tower Street Finance’s Dicky Davies on recent survey results around time off work for bereavement, and why it’s important to provide an outlet for those who need it… With more and more people now working

A recent landmark ruling helped two children receive the inheritance they deserved after a lengthy case in the high court. They had been disinherited from their father’s will but argued the case that they’d not

New figures released by HMRC revealed that inheritance tax payments during 2020-21 totalled £5.4bn – increasing by 4% (£190m) on the last tax year. This has affected 33,000 people who have been hit with a

Genealogical research and asset repatriation specialist Title Research has become a referral partner for inheritance lending specialists Tower Street Finance. Dicky Davies, business development director of Tower Street Finance said: “We’re delighted to be working

Responding to consumer needs and a feeling that now is the time that the estate administration space is ready to embrace innovation were key topics discussed in our recent webinar. Tower Street Finance’s Dicky Davies

With one in four people saying they’d contest an inheritance if they didn’t feel it was distributed properly, many solicitors will have dealt with clients who are making a will that will subsequently be challenged.

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