Jemma is an associate solicitor in the family team.

She advises clients on a broad range of family matters including divorce and financial matters following separation and pre- and post-nuptial agreements. She has significant experience of cohabitation and property disputes between both separating couples and family members, as well as in private law children matters including international relocation cases.

Jemma is committed to resolving family matters amicably and constructively, including through direct negotiations between solicitors and assisting clients in mediation. She also conducts matters through the court process where necessary.

In addition to advising clients herself, Jemma also assists partners in the family team with complex cases. She has experience of working on cases in the High Court and the appeal courts.

Jemma trained at Russell-Cooke, qualifying in September 2013.

  • Advised a wide range of clients on financial arrangements following a separation. Jemma has had direct involvement in cases with offshore trusts, private equity funds and assisted on a case involving an application for the interim sale of a property

  • Resolved disputes concerning arrangements for children following a separation. This includes advising on schooling disputes and representing clients in international relocation applications to remove children to another country from England and Wales

  • Acted in cases involving property disputes in the civil and family courts including cases involving cohabitees and co-ownership between family members, particularly parents who have contributed towards properties purchased by their children

  • Assisted on cases for financial provision for children, including in high profile international hearings through to appeal court level (Re A (A Child) [2014] EWCA Civ 1577, GN v MA [2015] EWHC 3939 (Fam))

Jemma read law at the University of Warwick, graduating with a First Class LLB

  • Jemma is a member of Resolution and sits on the committee for London Young Resolution