Hi, I’m Emma Davison and I am a solicitor and one of the founding members of the niche law firm, Invalesco Family Law.
With over 30 years’ experience of guiding clients through all types of matrimonial and family law, Invalesco was established with the aim of improving the all too frequently held negative connotations that surround family law.
In an area of law which can be as complex, far-reaching and sensitive as family law, it is important to have the right legal representation on your side.
In addition to ensuring all of our clients receive the best legal advice, at Invalesco we believe in the importance of ensuring this is delivered in an understanding, pragmatic and professional manner where our clients are at the heart of what we do.
I specialise in all aspects of family law with a particular emphasis on helping people going through a separation or divorce and who need assistance with the division of the financial aspects of their relationships or the arrangements for their children.
I also provide advice to those who are unmarried and have financial or child-related issues to resolve alongside separation.
My work does not solely revolve around the ending of relationships however and I also provide advice to those who are contemplating living together or even marriage and who need legal documentation preparing to regulate the financial aspects of their relationships such as Living Together Agreements or, in the event of marriage, Pre-nuptial and Post-nuptial agreements.
I am an Accredited Resolution Specialist in all aspects of family law.
I frequently represent individuals whose cases involve complex financial issues, pensions, trusts, businesses and inherited wealth and enjoy nothing more than assisting clients in investigating cases to ensure a fair settlement is achieved.
I pride myself on my straight-talking, commercial yet common-sense, approach when advising my clients. It is important you feel you can talk openly to me and trust me.
Outside of work I am a full-time working mother to my 7 year old daughter. As such I understand the demands and challenges that combining motherhood with having a successful career can bring.
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