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Emma McMorrow

Senior Associate

T: 020 7842 1484 (DDI)
T: 020 7583 2222
E: emma.mcmorrow@roydswithyking.com

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Emma is a Senior Associate in our Family team. She specialises in matrimonial finance and private law cases involving children.



Emma McMorrow is a very able, diligent solicitor. She is bright and engaged and cares deeply about her clients’
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About Emma

Emma joined Royds in 2015 (now Royds Withy King following our merger). After graduating from the University of St Andrews, she worked for a large international investment group in the City before making the transition into law in 2009. Emma went on to complete her Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course at the College of Law and qualified after completing her training contract with a North London firm.

In her spare time Emma enjoys cooking, music and a variety of sports.

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Emma is a member of the Law Society and Resolution.

I believe it is important to earn the trust of my clients and make sure that they know I understand their concerns and that my focus is always on achieving the best outcome for them. Separation, even in the most amicable of circumstances, is often stressful and upsetting and I feel it is important that my clients know that we are working as a team.

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Emma McMorrow, Senior Associate in our Family team, explores parental alienation and how it impacts on children when relationships break down between parents.

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Child Arrangements during Lockdown

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As we enter this second lockdown, separated parents will once again find themselves having to navigate their way through the additional challenges that arise when managing arrangements for their children.

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Can I get a “No-fault divorce”? – The answer is on the horizon

6 October 2020

The notion of “no fault divorce” is one that has long been promised, but for couples looking to separate without having to apportion blame, it has been frustratingly out of reach.

However pressure for change has been building and it finally looks like the unfairness of the fault based system is set to end.

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What happens to the matrimonial home when a couple gets divorced?

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Divorce: what about grandparents’ rights?

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