Emma joined Ringrose Law in 2020 as a Trainee Legal Executive in the Family Law team.
Emma can assist clients with family matters including dealing with divorce, separation and ancillary relief matters.
Emma has a passion for family law and is a member of Resolution – promoting a constructive approach to family issues that considers the needs of the whole family.
Emma is also an active member of the Junior Lawyers Division and an Associate member of Cilex Lincolnshire and takes an active role within these organisations.
Aside to this, Emma provides regular content and articles for various local and national publications including the Newark Advertiser, Bailgate Independent Magazine and My Bump 2 Baby national website.
This was my first time I have needed a solicitor and I was very impressed with the service and care I was given, especially as I was very dazed with having to cope with divorce proceedings and my then husband’s behaviour.
I cannot thank all those involved enough. I am very happy with the outcome.
Emma specialises in all areas of family law advising on issues including divorce, financial proceedings and separation. Emma already supports and assists the Family Law department in two of the firm’s offices.
Examples of recent clients Emma has acted for include:
Represented the petitioner and successfully negotiated and drafted a financial consent order for transfer of the former matrimonial home
Represented the respondent and negotiated a 50% pension share despite their initial offer being just 10%
Emma runs a free Law Clinic for Newark the last Friday of every month (either by phone or face to face).
To find out more or to book an appointment click on the links below.
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