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Emma Northover

Partner

Emma joined Beviss & Beckingsale as a trainee solicitor in 2009 after obtaining her degree at Cardiff University.  Upon qualifying as a solicitor in 2011, she joined the firm’s litigation department.

She deals with a range of civil litigation matters and has particular expertise in inheritance disputes.  She helps her clients with a full range of issues in relation to contested probate and contested trust matters, and she understands the needs of her clients at what is an already difficult time in their lives. 

Emma also advises in relation to property disputes including property ownership issues, contract disputes and misrepresentation disputes.  Additionally, she assists with contested landlord and tenant matters both in the commercial and residential sectors.

Her experience in dealing with inheritance dispute and property dispute work means that she can assist with professional negligence claims, particularly when these become apparent as the initial issues are investigated in the inheritance or property dispute context. 

Emma is a registered member of The Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialist (ACTAPS).

Having grown up in Somerset, Emma now lives in Devon with her husband. Outside of work she enjoys exploring the outdoors whether at home in the West Country or abroad.

The Manor House, High Street
Honiton EX14 1DJ
EX14 1DJ
DX 48803 Honiton
Fax: 01404 548051
Phone: 01404 548050


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Emma Northover

Boundary Disputes: Practical Tips

Posted by Emma Northover on January 29th 2018 in All, DISPUTES AND CLAIMS.

The excesses and expense of boundary disputes never seem too far away from our national press.  Often we scoff at the number of years of stress and the legal expense...

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Inheritance Disputes - Your Local Experts

Posted by Emma Northover on April 7th 2017 in All, DISPUTES AND CLAIMS.

Emma Northover, a Partner in the Litigation Department, and her Senior Solicitor colleague, Stephen Fisher Crouch, are both recognised as Inheritance Dispute experts being accredited members of The Association of...

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Wills which do not make reasonable provision for family members – Court Case in progress

Posted by Emma Northover on December 20th 2016 in All, DISPUTES AND CLAIMS, WILLS, TRUSTS AND ESTATES.

Wills which do not make reasonable provision for family members – Court Case in progress

This week the Supreme Court will hear a case that should clarify the law on challenging...

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