Wrigleys appoints private client solicitor in Sheffield

Wrigleys appoints private client solicitor in Sheffield

Wrigleys Solicitors has appointed Daniel Cooil to its probate, trusts and estate planning team in Sheffield.

Cooil (pictured) qualified as a solicitor in 2019 and has specialised in matters for private clients during his training and since qualification, with an emphasis on capital tax and estate planning for individuals and families.

He has worked in Yorkshire for the past five years and has established a profile within the region’s network of professionals. He is looking forward to expanding this network further into the South Yorkshire region to support the Sheffield office client base.

Commenting on his appointment, Cooil said: “Having studied and trained in Yorkshire, Wrigleys were always the stand out ‘go to’ firm for trust, tax and estate administration and it is a great personal achievement to be able to represent them in these areas.” 

The firm is synonymous for having quality lawyers with the knowledge, enthusiasm, and commitment to giving their clients the best service and advice. Having been here for close to two months, I can see how the Wrigley’s culture helps them maintain their ‘go to’ status.”

He added: “I am excited to continue my journey with Wrigleys and learn from Peter Clarkson and Jane Netting who are two of the prominent solicitors in their field across the region.”

Netting, who is head of probate, trusts and estate planning in the Wrigleys Sheffield office, said: “We are delighted that Dan has joined the Sheffield probate, trusts and estate planning team. Even though Dan has only been with us a couple of months, he has already demonstrated his expertise by providing detailed inheritance tax planning advice to clients and preparing complex wills, trusts and other documents.”

 “Dan’s experience and knowledge will complement our existing Sheffield probate, trusts and estate planning team.” 

Cooil, who is also an affiliate member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, added: “Although it has been strange to join a new firm during a pandemic and not to have as much face-to-face contact with my colleagues as in pre-pandemic times, everyone has been friendly and welcoming and made me feel very at home.”

“I am looking forward to building relationships with current and new clients so that I can fully understand them and their needs, which will enable me to give them the best legal advice to assist them.” 

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