Emma Willott

Emma Willott

Associate Solicitor

Emma has provided advice and guidance in family law cases for nearly 20 years, dealing extensively with all aspects of matrimonial and family law, including:

  • Divorce and civil partnership dissolution;
  • Separation and separation agreements;
  • Advising on financial provision and achieving financial settlement including the immediate and long-term financial considerations on relationship breakdown such as what happens to the family home and any other property or assets like businesses or inheritances. Also, maintenance for a spouse, child maintenance and sharing pensions on divorce;
  • Pre-Nuptial Agreements, Post Nuptial Agreements and Living Together Agreements;
  • Arrangements relating to children including the time spent with each parent or other relatives, contact and where the child lives;
  • Resolving specific issues relating to children, including schooling, change of name, taking a child to live abroad permanently, medical treatment and questions of religious education;
  • Resolving the sensitive issues involved where there is violence in the home. Obtaining protective orders on an emergency basis when necessary and addressing the urgent issues regarding children and finances in these situations

"Many thanks to Emma Willott for her help and guidance on my case."

Emma says: “I always aim to offer a service which is not only practical and constructive but also supportive to clients at what is usually a difficult and stressful time for them.

“Clients often tell me that I have been understanding at a very emotional time but have also explained clearly the legal processes they are involved in and the options available to them, with the minimum amount of jargon.”

Qualifications and Experience

  • Honours degree in Law from Kings College, University of London 1994
  • Qualified as a Solicitor in September 1999
  • Member of Resolution, a national organisation dedicated to resolving family matters in a constructive and amicable manner
  • Specialised purely in divorce and family cases since qualifying in 1999

Supervised by Alison Bradley

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