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Gemma Nicholls-Webber

Family Law Senior Associate at Freeths

Oxford, United Kingdom

About Me

Gemma is a senior associate in the family team, and has specialised in financial matters and arrangements for children for over 10 years.

She has extensive experience in achieving successful financial settlements for her clients, particularly where there are complicating factors such as businesses, inherited wealth and overseas assets, on separation or divorce. Her clients regularly include business owners and directors, investment property owners, academics, teachers, medical professionals, those involved in the rural sector and members of the uniformed services (such as military and police). Gemma is known for her wide range of clients, from high net worth individuals to those with more modest assets.

She frequently advises clients wishing to protect their wealth by way of pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements, approaching these documents with sensitivity and developing them so that they provide support for the relationship.

Gemma also specialises in working with parents to put in place practical and legal arrangements for their children on separation and divorce. She provides pragmatic advice where there are issues about the time the children spend with each parent or an intended relocation within the UK or abroad – with the aim of minimising the possibility for future conflict where possible.  

Every client’s situation is unique and Gemma tailors her approach to every case. Some cases need firm court proceedings, but many of her cases are settled using alternative options, such as negotiation between solicitors. She also supports her clients with advice where they feel able to discuss matters with their former partner, either through mediation or direct conversations.

Gemma is passionate about the rural economy. She is a farmer's daughter and committee member of one of the largest farmers markets in the country, supporting local producers, and she regularly attends Agricultural Law Association events. 

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