Emma Burton

Chartered Legal Executive

I first embarked on my Legal Career in October 2003 as a paralegal in the Private Client Department for a firm of Solicitors in Portsmouth and enjoyed it so much that shortly afterwards I decided to study law part time at Fareham and Chichester College to become a member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives.

After living in Singapore for four years I joined QualitySolicitors Knight Polson in April 2014 to work part time in the Private Client Department.

I specialise in drafting Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney and all areas in Private Client law.

I provide clients with a helpful, efficient and sympathetic approach in what can sometimes be a worrying or upsetting time.

In my spare time I enjoy running, cooking and travelling with my husband and two daughters.

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    • Posted on June 12, 2014
      More and more people are enjoying a lengthy ‘old age’. What might this look like? Who will ensure that you receive the care that you want if you are no longer able to make decisions for yourself? Who has the legal right to make such decisions for you and access to the funds to pay for it? No one, not even a spouse, can access assets belonging to someone else. Appointing attorneys to act for you means you choose who makes decisions on your behalf. The alternative is that, someone may need to apply to the Court of Protection to request the power to deal with your affairs for you.
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