Emilda Morgans, a private client lawyer based in Sheffield, has joined national, new-model firm Excello Law. Emilda has practised in the city since qualifying in 1993 and has worked as a partner at Wake Smith, HLW Keeble Hawsons and Wosskow Brown. Prior to joining Excello Law, Emilda was head of the Sheffield private client team at Co-op Legal Services.
Emilda is experienced in estate administration, preparation of wills, tax advice – including inheritance tax (IHT) planning, capital gains tax and income tax for trusts and estates – the creation and administration of trusts (including personal injury trusts), Court of Protection issues and enduring/lasting powers of attorney, asset preservation and general elderly care advice.
Emilda is also a registered estates and trusts practitioner (STEP).
Emilda was an associate lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University, lecturing on Equity & Trusts for Graduate Diploma of Law students and was awarded Professional Businesswoman of the Year in 2015 by Women in Business.
Emilda commented: “This is an exciting opportunity for me to join a well-respected firm which supports me in delivering good client service in this area as well as providing me with the ability to develop my own client base.”
Joanne Losty, director at Excello Law, said: “Emilda joins our growing private client team and brings significant expertise to our legal offering across Sheffield and the wider South Yorkshire region. We’re delighted she’s joined the firm.”
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