Tower Street Finance partners with Title Research

Tower Street Finance partners with Title Research

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 closely with Title Research.

“The partnership will extend the service they can provide to their partners by referring relevant cases that could benefit from our unique range of financial products.”

Tower Street Finance has a range of innovative financial products designed in collaboration with legal professionals in the probate sector to provide solutions to some of the challenges both they, and their clients, face when dealing with the process of administering an estate.

Its award-winning Inheritance Advance product allows beneficiaries to access up to 60 per cent of an inheritance before probate is granted and the IHT Loan has been created to help executors pay an inheritance tax liability to prevent the estate being ‘locked’.

Tower Street Finance’s newest product is Inheritance Dispute Funding which helps people who can’t cover the legal cost of challenging an inheritance.

Title Research was founded more than 50 years ago and is the go-to firm for solicitors who are faced with complicated estate administration matters.

Commenting further on the partnership Anthony Allsopp of Title Research said:

“We’re pleased to have partnered with Tower Street Finance to offer solicitors’ clients even more support throughout the estate administration process. When our solicitor clients identify an executor who needs to access their inheritance quickly or a client that needs financial support contesting an inheritance, we’re delighted that they can turn to Title Research and Tower Street Finance to help them.”

 

This article was submitted to be published by Tower Street Finance 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.

Tower Street Finance

https://towerstreetfinance.co.uk/

Tower Street Finance (TSF) was set up by an experienced management team who saw a need for relevant, accessible financial products which benefit administrators of estates, executors and beneficiaries. We are passionate about using insight, data and our considerable experience to help customers with innovative products and services, including those who may be in financial difficulty. We currently have four products which are aimed at the inheritance market and they all have a common DNA. There are:

  • No credit checks
  • No risk or personal liability
  • No charge over property
  • No monthly repayments
  • No requirement for a Will
IHT Loan The IHT Loan can help when estates are effectively ‘locked’ because the executor needs to pay the IHT to get the Grant, but needs the Grant to realise the assets to pay the IHT. It’s taken out by the executor/personal representative and can solve the problem. The money is used to pay HMRC and it’s a way of meeting the IHT liability to unlock the estate with no risk or need to take out a personal loan/bridging loan. Inheritance Advance (winner of Innovation of the Year, British Wills and Probate Awards 2020) An Inheritance Advance allows beneficiaries to access a proportion of their inheritance sooner, with the Advance repaid out of the proceeds of their inheritance. This solves the problem of beneficiaries asking when they’ll be able to get their money and you having to explain that the process is complicated and lengthy. Again, there’s no risk – if another Will emerges or assets take longer to sell or sell for less than anticipated, or another debt is discovered, we take the risk. Inheritance Dispute Funding (IDF) Inheritance Dispute Funding helps people who want to dispute a will but don’t have the money to fund the legal bills. We know that one in four people would dispute an inheritance if they felt it was unfairly distributed. Contesting a will can cost up to £5k in upfront costs and there’s no guarantee your case will be taken on – with IDF the solicitor gives their opinion on the case and win or lose – we take the risk. We pay the costs and then they’re repaid from the estate proceeds. Estate Expense Funding (EEF) Estate Expense Funding is for executors who face costs while they’re dealing with their responsibilities of administering an estate. These can be unexpected but we can help cover the costs until the inheritance is released Executors could be liable for expenses such as funeral costs, professional fees, house and garden maintenance and more. We pay the costs and then they’re repaid from the estate proceeds
Key Services
Key Contact Richard (Dicky) Davies, Business Development Director Tel: 07702 559051 Email: [email protected] LinkedIn Acc: Dicky Davies Facebook: Tower Street Finance Instagram: Tower Street Finance
Address: 46 Tower Street Harrogate North Yorkshire HG1 1HS

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