Erica Kemp

Erica Kemp
Role:Head of Family Law, Director
Speciality: Divorce (including ex-pat), financial matters, children, Collaborative Law
Phone: 01926 356047

I use my knowledge and experience to help separating couples achieve a settlement that secures their future without destroying their family. I am committed to offering you the option of collaborative practice or mediation if you wish to retain more control over the process of reaching a settlement. For many these options offer the chance to reach a settlement in a non-confrontational way without the costly intervention of the Divorce Courts.

Should Court proceedings be inevitable then I have the knowledge and experience to ensure that you are strongly supported within that process.


An experienced solicitor, specialist Collaborative Lawyer and one of the few Family Solicitor/Mediators in the West Midlands. I am able to assist and advise in respect of a broad range of family matters including divorce, financial settlement, Children matters (including applications to remove from jurisdiction), Living Together Agreements, Pre and Post Nuptial Agreements and Civil Partnership Agreements and Dissolution.

I offer legal advice within the colloborative process as well as acting within court proceedings. I have substantial experience of working successfully with clients within mediation.


Every case where my clients achieve a fair settlement for themselves and their families is a highlight for me. 


I enjoy creative writing, walking (especially by the sea) and spending time with family and friends.

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