Since being founded in 2002, Kings Court Trust has won multiple awards for its probate and estate administration services, including Probate Provider of the Year for three consecutive years at The British Wills and Probate Awards. They pride themselves on building mutually beneficial partnerships with businesses like yours to support your clients and their families at the difficult time of losing a loved one.
Referring clients to Kings Court Trust is simple and presents a variety of unique benefits. Registered partners can refer clients in various ways, including submission through their exclusive Partner Portal. Kings Court Trust partners can expect:
- A knowledgeable and friendly Client Services Team. Their dedicated specialists offer practical support and guidance following a bereavement, clearly but empathetically advising your clients on the next steps to take.
- Clear and transparent pricing. During your client’s call with their Client Services Team, they’ll be provided with a fixed fee based on the information provided. Unlike many other estate administration providers, Kings Court Trust does not work on hourly rates or a percentage of the estate value.
- An additional revenue stream for your business via fee share. You’ll receive a generous fee share for every referral that results in business.
- A range of probate and estate administration solutions. Whether your clients want Kings Court Trust to obtain the Grant of Probate or take care of the entire estate administration process, they have the solutions to suit all requirements.
- The opportunity to win new business. Provided that consent is given by the beneficiaries of an estate, they’ll introduce them back to your business to help you grow your client base.
Additionally, registered partners can utilise their free and secure document storage solution to store important client documents, take advantage of their free marketing resources to help promote their probate and estate administration solutions to their clients, and gain access to free educational resources to expand their knowledge to facilitate client conversations.
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.