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Emma Reed

Emma is a commercial and commercial property solicitor and partner with 19 years of experience with clients large and small.

She is experienced in dealing with all aspects of commercial law including business sales (asset and share sales and purchases), structures, shareholder agreements, partnership agreements, bespoke contracts such as distribution and manufacturing agreements, joint venture agreements, business Terms & Conditions and settlement agreements.

Emma also deals with every aspect of commercial property law from site assembly, planning, development, acquisitions, disposals, option agreements, conditional contracts,  joint venture build agreements, leases, SIPP/SSAS and commercial funding.

Her particular passion is working with business with a value on renewables, ethical trade, repurposing, recycling and/or sustainability

Emma prides herself on building long lasting relationships with her clients to understand their history and aspirations and to support them with clear and sound commercial and strategic advice delivered with common sense. Building trust is very important to her.

Before joining Wollens, Emma completed her training contact with the large national firm, qualifying into their commercial property department in Manchester. Whilst there she was selected for a secondment to the Commonwealth Games Committee to finalise the commercial contracts to put on the games from advertising to suppliers to venues.

During this time she married her husband James, who is from Devon, and they made the move to the South West 17 years ago and started a family-“some of the best decisions Ive ever made!” she says

She worked since then continuously for another large regional firm based in North Devon as a partner in their commercial department for south west and national clients

When not working, Emma spends time having fun with her family and enjoys most sports but particularly those involving water from surfing, boating on the River Dart, swimming. She also enjoys skiing (and snowboarding whilst her knees allow her!).

 

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