Emma Gadsden – Private Client Solicitor
Specialist in Private Client
Emma has over 13 years experience working with individuals and small to medium sized business owners in connection with all aspects of private client practice. She has a particular interest in advising high net worth individuals in connection with Inheritance Tax planning and mitigation.
Emma is very practical and always takes a holistic approach to the advice she is giving to her clients. She recognises the benefits, where appropriate, of working collaboratively with the client’s other professional advisors such as financial planners and accountants in order to achieve the best outcome for the client.
Emma trained with Coupe Bradbury Solicitors, a long established practice based in Lytham St Annes and remained there post qualification until leaving to join Excello Law.
Acting for high net worth individuals relative to all aspects of their estate planning from the drafting of tax efficient Wills through to advising them on a strategy of lifetime giving to mitigate Inheritance Tax on death often through the use of trusts.
Probate administration including where an estate contains business and agricultural property. This includes negotiating, where necessary, with HM Revenue and Customs relative to the reported valuations submitted for business and agricultural property.
Acting as a professional trustee to a number of Trusts. Emma has also dealt with the administration of Trusts including those of high value. She is knowledgeable on the reporting requirements both to HM Revenue and Customs in respect of income tax and capital gains tax and also the more recent regulations relating to the automatic exchange of information in the form of FATCA and CRS.
General elderly client practice including acting as a professional attorney, dealing with the Court of Protection and advising clients relative to care fee funding and the availability of support from the local authority and the NHS.
Emma has been a full member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners since 2007.
Emma is married with two young sons. She lives in Lytham, Lancashire. As a family, they are football crazy. Both boys play football and her husband coaches. Emma can often be found on a Saturday and Sunday morning erecting goal posts and making tea on the sidelines. She is also actively involved in Fundraising for Lytham Juniors and Lytham Town football clubs as well as being a trustee of a small charity based in Lytham St Annes.
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- Office 0845 257 9449
- Mobile 07852 144426
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Since January 2019, HM Courts and Tribunals Service’s (HMCTS) has outsourced key parts of its probate function to a private company called Exela, which it says has “30 years of experience in the bulk scanning industry”. Exela has been contracted to scan wills and issue grants of probate digitally. At first glance, the new online […]Read More
Inheritance tax (IHT) has a long and complex history stretching back to 1694 when a probate duty was introduced in a fixed stamp tax on the personal property in wills. A century later came the 1796 tax on estates, which helped to fund the imminent war against Napoleon. Meanwhile, modern IHT can be traced back […]Read More