Get in touch with Emma
Emma is driven by an overarching desire to make her clients feel comfortable. It is what drives her ability to reduce the stress of her clients who, largely, are going through some of the most difficult and traumatic situations they have ever faced in their lives. With a background in customer services and social justice before turning to a life in the law, Emma always strives to deliver the highest level of service to her clients.
Estate administration and planning is a very sensitive and intimate necessity, particularly after the passing of a loved one when it is time to execute an estate, and it is Emma’s empathetic and kind nature that inspires the confidence in her clients to hand over all their information and trust her with its management. Not a single client leaves Emma’s presence without knowing exactly what they have signed, what purpose it serves, and what it all means.
Particularly switched on with regards to the sensitive nature of her areas of expertise, Emma is acutely aware of the importance of providing a professional, compassionate, and objectively fair legal service to each of her clients.
Emma also advises on the drafting and execution of wills, testamentary trusts, the preparation of advance care directives and the preparation of enduring powers of attorney.
Emma works closely with TGB partner Rosemary Caruso as part of her day-to-day work. She also works on litigation and complex dispute matters.
- Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice
- Bachelor of Justice and Society
- Wills & Probate
- Testamentary Trusts and Estate Planning
- Power of Attorney and Advance Care Directives
- Estate Administration & Disputes
MY PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS
- Member of the Law Society of South Australia
Media & Blog Posts
Being appointed as an executor in a Will means that the deceased has shown implicit faith in you to finalise their affairs. It is by no means an easy task or one to take lightly. Instructing a Wills and Estates Lawyer who is experienced in this area will make your role much easier and likely save the estate unnecessary costs...Read more
It's hard to believe that something as common as a staple remover could cost your estate hundreds, or even thousands of dollars! But in fact, the simple act of removing the staple from an original Will can call the entire validity of the Will into question.Read more