Emma Williams is the firm’s principal and qualified as a solicitor in England & Wales in 1999, and Queensland, Australia in 2003.
Emma has specialised in Family Law matters throughout her career working at some of the leading Family Law firms in the UK, Australia and the United Arab Emirates.Emma has extensive experience in all aspects of Family Law including: Complex child arrangement cases involving abduction, parental alienation and international relocation. Financial settlements for married and unmarried couples including high asset cases and those with complex corporate structures. Pre and post nuptial agreements. Protection from domestic violence injunctions. Emma offers down to earth, cost effective advice and representation to allow her clients to resolve their problems in a timely and dignified way. She currently volunteers across South and West Wales for a leading parenting charity.
Domestic ViolenceDomestic violence can happen to anyone. Nobody should have to live in fear of their partner. Domestic abuse covers a whole range of behaviours including emotional, financial and verbal abuse as well as physical violence. We offer sympathetic and comprehensive advice and representation to help you protect yourself and your children.
Don’t take our word for it – here’s what our clients say:
Emma is completely approachable yet professional. She is very knowledgeable in her field and realistic with outcomes. Emma is empathetic with her clients and efficient in getting results. highly recommended.
I went to see Emma today, she is a compassionate and understanding individual. I felt she was realistic, honest, and approachable. During what can be difficult times, it is important to be able to speak to someone who is understanding, whilst at the same time being straight about the facts and likely outcomes through the divorce process. I felt Emma had genuine care about parents, equality, and ultimately the children (when they are involved in a process).
Excellent advice I left feeling informed and ready to take matters further.