Brierly Place, 160-162 New London Road, Chelmsford
- Resolution accredited specialist
- Offers fixed fee interview
Emma is named as a “leading individual” in the 2022 Edition of Legal 500. She is also named in the 2022 Edition of Chambers and Partners.
“[Emma] was always fair and balanced in her advice and I feel very lucky to have her represent me.” (Legal 500 [UK2022])
Emma assists with a full range of issues involving family law, including:-
- disputes involving Children;
- unmarried couples dealing with financial issues arising from separation;
- issues surrounding same sex couples;
- legal separation agreements;
- domestic violence and injunctions.
“I consider Emma Brunning to be an excellent family solicitor, who is clever and committed to her client’s cause, but also able to provide the necessary advice and guidance that they sometimes do not want to hear. However, her clients trust her and she instils confidence. Emma is a pleasure to work with and her instructions and e-bundles are immaculate”. (Legal 500 [UK2022])
Emma is a Resolution accredited specialist in Advance Financial Provision 1 and Private Children Law. She is a trained collaborative lawyer, giving her clients the option to resolve their difficulties in a non-contentious manner. She is also a qualified Arbitrator.
“[Emma] has been kind and considerate of a delicate situation. She was available more than I could have expected when I needed her. She has given sound advice that was in my family’s best interests while remaining fair.” (Chambers [UK 2022])
Emma qualified as a Solicitor in October 1997. She has developed a particular interest in financial issues surrounding relationships and disputes between parents and children. Many of her clients have complex financial arrangements or face extremely difficult decisions around ongoing arrangements for their children.
Having assisted clients with family law problems for many years, Emma understands the emotional turmoil that comes with relationship breakdowns and dealing with important family decisions. Each situation is unique and Emma tailors her advice to suit her clients’ individual circumstances.
Emma aims to reach constructive solutions with minimum conflict and expense. She believes it is important to negotiate a settlement with minimum court involvement, wherever possible. Where a case needs input from a judge, she is experienced in working within the court process to achieve your final objective wherever possible.