Staff Profile

Stephanie Chung
Solicitor
0114 249 6766
Based at: Sheffield
Qualified: 2010
Joined Howells: September 2019
Practice Area: Wills Trusts and Probate/Private Client
Memberships: STEP (Affiliate member)

Stephanie has exclusively worked in the area of Wills, Trusts & Probate for 9 years. She specialises in Wills (including high net worth clients); Attorneyships (both Lasting Powers of Attorney and Enduring Powers of Attorney) and advising clients in relation to Inheritance Tax.

Steph has experience in Court of Protection matters – particularly in the management of general financial matters and the preparation of Deputy Reports. Additionally, Stephanie has dealt with the administration of Trusts and Estates and obtaining grants of probate in simple estates.

Stephanie has attained an LLB Law with French LLB (Hons) at the University of Birmingham and completed her LPC at the College of Law.

She is currently working towards her STEP Diploma in order to attain full accreditation as a Trust and Estate Practitioners (TEPs) practitioner.

Stephanie speaks Cantonese and is a trained Tinnitus Advisor and Dementia Friend.

Testimonials

“Firstly, may I say it was a pleasure speaking with you yesterday and express my sincerest thanks to you for your conduct during our phone call which really made my mother feel relaxed and comfortable with the procedure, as she was nervous and obviously it's not the easiest subject to think about, to say the least. After you finished the call, she said, “Ahhh, she's lovely!” Then expressed that it was a lot easier than she was expecting.” – Sept 2021

“Thank you for your patience and understanding this morning as well as your expertise – very grateful.” – Sept 2021

“I was really pleased with everything, from the moment i walked in to the office all staff were warm and friendly”  -Sept 2021

“Perfect” June 2021

Very good service, Stephanie is excellent at listening to you and giving good advice” – 2021

I would like to thank Stephanie Chung for the way she dealt with my probate forms and send her my best regards – thank you” – 2021

I would like to thank you for your amazing help and support through this time.” – 2021

I would also like to say thank you for being so helpful” – 2020

Publications

2021

What Will Happen to my Home When I Die?

What happens when someone dies and you owe them money?

2020

What is a ‘letter of wishes’ and should you have one?

2019

Are you planning to give the gift of cash this Christmas?