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Emily Woodhouse

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Greene & Greene

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Private Client (Family)




Emily trained at an international firm based in Cambridge.

She qualified as a solicitor in July 2016 and has practiced at Greene & Greene since that time.  Emily has experience in a wide range of family matters specialising in divorce, associated financial matters and Children Act disputes.


Resolution - First for Family Law


University of East Anglia
Kaplan Law School


Emily enjoys Yoga, theatre and music

East Anglia: Private client


Within: Family

Greene & Greene is ‘outstanding – the advice is practical and well considered, and the lawyers guide rather than instruct and are delightful to deal with on a personal level‘. One client remarks that the firm ‘gave a London standard of advice and care but in a more approachable, accessible and affordable setting‘. 'Of the firms I work for in Bury St Edmunds and the wider Suffolk region, it is unmatched in terms of the service it offers to clients' says one barrister. Managing partner and head of family law Stuart Hughes leads the ‘very efficient, strong team‘ and is praised for his ‘realistic, pragmatic and accurate advice and strong character'. 'He possesses the ability to provide sensible and forthright advice whilst simultaneously being a robust advocate for his client’s cause', says a client. He recently negotiated a favourable settlement through mediation in a divorce involving a property developer with substantial non-matrimonial property. Melanie Pilmer is ‘candid without bluntness and honest without insensitivity; she has a first-rate grasp of the law and  takes the heat and emotion out of any given situation'. Solicitor Emily Woodhouse is recommended for cases involving children.

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