Emma Bland

Emma Bland


“I just wanted to thank you personally Emma, for dealing with this matter so pleasantly and sensitively and for doing our Wills. You've always been a delight to deal with, as have the ladies on reception whenever I've called in".

"You saved me having to worry about doing the administration of the Estate myself at a time when I and my sisters were grieving for our Dad. I am very grateful for the work done by you and your colleagues. Now we have woke up to the real value of the doctors, nurses and scientists working so hard and so bravely to keep us alive. Anyone who has gone through the traumatic loss of a loved one appreciates the help and support of medical folk but also solicitors who guide them through Estate Administration. A fair society needs a strong legal system. Our Property and Tax Laws need expertise to ensure the unsuspecting are no ensnared by criminals. In Britain we have one of the finest legal systems in the World and you are part of that. Be proud of that and please feel appreciated for the years of study you put into becoming a solicitor. Thanks again for all you do."

"Many thanks again for the efficient ways in which you and your staff have conducted business for us."

Emma deals with Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Probate and Administration of Estates, Court of Protection applications, Post-Death Variations (Deeds of Variation) and Trusts. She is a member of STEP (The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners) and SFE (Solicitors for the Elderly) .

Emma qualified as a Solicitor in 2002 after training at a central London law firm and joined Woolsey Morris & Kennedy in 2017. She was previously a partner at a legal 500 firm in Bromley.

Outside of work, Emma is Chair of Bromley Brighter Beginnings, a registered charity she founded in 2012 which supports deprived families in the London Borough of Bromley.

Emma is very professional and prides herself on being both approachable and sensitive, always striving to make things as stress-free as possible for her clients.