Exelia is a team. Not an empty catchword or concept but an actual team. Exelia decided that it would be and remain a human scaled undertaking, focused on the efficient contribution of its members and a constant care for high quality legal services. The distribution of responsibilities and roles within the firm was thought out in order to allow each member’s abilities to be exploited at their best and in the client’s best interest. Beyond the individuals who compose it, this is a team that we are proud of introducing you to.
has become partner of the firm since 2002 after joining it at the beginning of his outset in 1996. He is recognised by the Brussels Bar as a tax law specialist and co-responsible for the firm’s tax law department. He also practices corporate and commercial law (debt recovery included). Alain HIRSCH is responsible for the firm’s administration and financial management as well as of its communication. Alain HIRSCH is an active member of the Union of Taxation Practitioners (UTP) within which he intervenes as a regular lecturer.
Practice areas:Tax law and in particular the taxation of public authorities, corporate law, commercial law and debt recovery.
attorney since 2009 and partner since 2017, is co-responsible for the firm’s tax department. He holds a degree in tax management and developed an expertise in local and regional tax matters. Vincent DELCUVE is also actively involved in various debt recovery litigation cases. He regularly gives speaking engagements in these areas of expertise.
Expertise: tax law.
Practice areas: Tax law (direct and indirect taxes and levies), taxation of local and regional authorities, commercial law and debt recovery.
began her career as an attorney with Exelia in 2019. Her areas of practices are civil and commercial law as well as tax law. During her Master’s degree, she developed an interest in european and international law. She currently follows a specialized master’s degree in tax law at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel.
Practice areas: Civil law, commercial law, debt recovery, tax law.