Martina Moscardi

Founder partner, Ad-Vocatus studio legale


Ms Moscardi graduated from the University of Florence, a city in which she resides with her family and where she has her Ad-vocatus law firm. With a Postgraduate scholarship from the National Bar Council, she began her profession in the in-depth study of EU and cross-border legal issues in Brussels at Prof. Tizzano's international practice.

She is currently dedicated to estate planning and, more generally, family wealth protection and inheritance. She is an active member of the most representative professional associations on trusts and wealth management. A former Board Member of Step Italy (Society of trust and estate professionals) for several terms, she now serves as a member of the board of arbitrators and a member of the disciplinary panel of Step ww.

In 2020 Ms Moscardi was the winner of Step founder's award for outstanding achievements, the first in Italy and the first woman in Continental Europe.

Founding Partner of a small trust company, she operates as a trustee gaining the personal and professional experience to participate as a speaker at events both in Italy and abroad, presenting in English and French.

Ms Moscardi is a lecturer at Step masters in family wealth planning and inheritance in collaboration with Business school del Sole 24 Ore and Cattolica University of Milan. She is also a guest lecturer at US universities in Italy. She writes in specialized journals, both in Italian and English.

She spends her time with local volunteer associations (she has worked with Avsi and i-Probono) to help needy people. With her husband and two children, she is active in sports and will soon resume her passion for travel.

Distinguishing skills:

  • Succession planning and protection of family assets, both domestic and international
  • Trusts and generational transition planning tools, including those with cross-border relevance
  • Protection tools for persons with diminished capacity and their assets

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