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Payne Hicks Beach, Emily Foy, London, ENGLAND

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Emily Foy

Tel:
Work 020 7465 4300
Email:
Payne Hicks Beach

Work Department

Family

Position

Associate solicitor in the family department.
Emily is a specialist family lawyer dealing primarily with divorce and associated financial matters. She is experienced in dealing with international cases and those involving trusts, high value assets, family businesses and complex share schemes. Emily also advises clients in relation to private children law issues such as contact disputes and leave to remove applications and has a keen interest in cases with a public law element such as adoption and special guardianship orders, surrogacy advice and arrangements or those involving non-traditional family units.
Cases of interest include Re: P (Adoption: Leave Provisions) [2007] EWCA Civ 616, H v H [2014] EWHC 760 (Fam) and SJ v RA v RF [2014] EWHC 4054 (Fam).

Career

Qualified 2008; Darbys Solicitors LLP 2008-2011; Payne Hicks Beach 2011-present (promoted to Associate 2016)

Emily is a member of Resolution, a mentor for law students through the Employability Project at Coram’s Fields (one of the firm’s charities) and helped to found and chair the charity committee at Payne Hicks Beach.

Member

Law Society; Resolution (formerly SFLA) (previous regional secretary for Oxfordshire)

Education

Sheffield University (Bachelor of Arts / LLB 2:1); College of Law London (LPC Distinction)


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