As an Executor of a Will it can be a daunting and onerous task to sort out an estate, particularly due to the complexity of our lives in this day and age. Many people have extended families, more than one property and a number of assets and bequests to be dealt with as part of their estate.
If you have been appointed as an Executor and would like the matter to run smoothly and efficiently then we can assist with this. You can pass the responsibility of managing the entire process to us and our partners at Kings Court Trust who will carry out the work required on your behalf. We will meet with you initially and be your point of contact and they will deal with the estate, allowing you to relax, safe in the knowledge matters are being conducted professionally and in line with the deceased wishes, but without you needing to do the paperwork and deal with the parties involved.
Another benefit of using Kings Court Trust is their fixed fee charge for administering the estate which is a fraction of the cost of a solicitor or bank. A solicitor or bank would charge a percentage of the estate which can work out to be very expensive. Kings Court Trust are specialists in their field and use this value for money fixed fee charging structure as they do not have the additional costs incurred by solicitors and pass this saving onto you, the client.
Quotation within 48 hours
If you are interested in using this service, we can provide you with a quotation for administering the estate. We just need to complete an online fact find with details of the estate. We can then provide you with a quotation within 48 hours of the submission of this form.
Kings Court Trust can also assist you with the legal and tax implications of your estate ensuring your family is protected. It is important to have your assets valued and Kings Court Trust are very experienced in dealing with property and other assets. With many people having to sell their homes to pay for care in later life it is important to ensure you have put measures in place to protect your estate. They are able to advise you on this in line with the latest in legislation.