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Emma George


Emma George

Emma has experience in all aspects of family law including: divorce, domestic abuse, children matters, matrimonial finances and change of name deeds.

Her advice is tailored to each individual circumstance and she will encourage clients to consider alternative methods to court proceedings to reach a settlement; including negotiation and mediation. However, court proceedings are sometimes necessary and she can help and provide advice through this very difficult process.

Having worked in the property and litigation departments at Hayes + Storr, she can assist clients where there are other issues that often arise in a relationship breakdown, such as dealing with property and other assets.

As a member of Resolution, she is committed to working with professionals and clients in a constructive way by aiming to produce better outcomes for separating families and their children. She follows a strict code of practice which aims to reduce conflict and support families by helping them understand the potential emotional and financial consequences following their decisions.

Emma graduated from Nottingham Trent University with a LLB Law Degree in 2018 and went on to achieve a Commendation in the Legal Practice Course together with a Masters in Law.

Outside of work, Emma enjoys spending time in the Norfolk countryside and visiting local beaches with her dog. She also has a love of travel and often goes on weekend city breaks around Europe.


Mr M

“I want to thank you and your team for the hard work you have put into my case. This has been nearly 9 years of quite a stressful time now put to an end, and your advice and work has been excellent throughout.”

Mrs R:

“The advice from Emma was superb and I liked her very much.”

Miss L:

“As a family we wish to express our gratitude and thanks to the Family Law Team at the Fakenham office of Hayes and Storr. Particular recognition must go to Emma George. During the course of just over a year, we relied heavily on her knowledge and expertise to guide and support us. Considerable care and patience were shown to us when we were at our lowest ebb and during exceedingly stressful times ‘for all’ involved during this period. We appreciated their professionalism and the service provided and would have no hesitation in recommending their services and the company to others. Thank you all once again.”


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