EMMA HOUGHTON

SOLICITOR

Email01892 526344

ehoughton@berryandlamberts.co.uk

Emma qualified as a solicitor in 2009 and subsequently qualified as a Trust and Estate Practitioner (TEP) in January 2021. A TEP is an internationally-recognised qualification that demonstrates an advanced understanding of the Trust and Estates field and indicates that the practitioner takes a proactive approach to being at the forefront of the latest developments in the industry. A TEP is a member of the Society of Trusts and Estates Practitioners (STEP), and is subject to their code of conduct.

Emma deals with all matters in relation to the administration of estates, including those with complex family and taxation issues. Emma is able to draw on her experience in family law to deliver a multifaceted service.  

Emma is experienced in advising and preparing comprehensive wills for clients who often have complicated family backgrounds and so require planning with a variety of trusts.

Emma advises in relation to lifetime and will trusts, and assists trustees with the ongoing administration of such trusts.

She regularly assists clients with the preparation of Lasting Powers of Attorney or, in the event it is too late to do this, she is able to act for and guide loved ones through the Deputyship application process.

Expertise

Wills, Probate, Powers of Attorney, Trusts and Estates.

What clients say:

"Highly recommend, exceptional service, reasonably priced."

"Emma could not have done any better for us."

Additional Bio

Emma is an Ambassador for Cancer Research UK and has recently started a local fundraising committee, which she is Treasurer of. She is also a member of her local Residents Association. She enjoys running and has done a number of 10k charity runs and has, more recently, completed the Scottish Half Marathon.

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