Law firm Wosskow Brown appoints new private client partner

19th February 2014

Sheffield-based law firm Wosskow Brown a new Parton of Sheffield Chamber of Commerce and Industry - has appointed Emilda Eaton as partner, to be head of the firm's private client department.

Having joined Wosskow Brown in 2012 to manage Wills, Probate and Trusts, Ms Eaton has developed the team into a full-service private client department and now heads that team as Partner. Private client department services across all four Wosskow Brown now also include estate planning, long-term asset preservation and matrimonial advice. Formerly a partner of hlw Keeble Hawson, Emilda Eaton will be focusing on Wosskow Brown's corporate clients as well as expanding the existing probate, wills and elderly client advice offered. -The private client department has grown to 13 staff and with this breadth of expertise we plan to continue our trajectory, working closely with South Yorkshire communities and widening the services we can offer. Wosskow Brown's managing partner, Ian Brown, commented: -The firm is growing rapidly. Appointing Emilda as partner recognises her contribution in developing a full-service private client department across all four Wosskow Brown offices in Sheffield and Barnsley.

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