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Gemma Kemp

Gemma Kemp

Senior Solicitor, Family Law

+44 (0)118 951 6805

  • Divorce, separation, annulments
  • Financial remedies 
  • Children disputes
  • Disputes between unmarried couples
  • Injunctions 
  • Cohabitation agreements
  • Pre-nuptial agreements
  • Cilex Tutorial College
  • The University of Law (Guildford)
  • The Open University, LLB (Hons)
  • Member, Resolution
  • Member, Thames Valley Family Lawyers Society 
  • “I do much appreciate the hard work you personally, and of course Gemma, have put in with this matter at such short notice. Many thanks again for your professional service and it was a pleasure to work with you.”

    “I very much appreciate your advice.”

    “I certainly won't hesitate to recommend you or Blandy & Blandy or to seek your assistance again, should either occasion arise.”

    “Many thanks for all your help.”

    “I was so reassured and impressed with your clear advice.”

    “Thanks for your direction and help. It has been very useful…was the reassurance I needed.”

“I certainly won't hesitate to recommend you or Blandy & Blandy or to seek your assistance again.”

Gemma Kemp is a senior solicitor in our Family law team, which spans our Reading, Henley-on-Thames and London offices.

Gemma assists clients with a broad range of matters, including divorce/separation/annulments, financial arrangements, children matters and issues between unmarried couples. Gemma also has experience in drafting agreements, including co-habitation and pre-nuptial agreements.

A committed member of Resolution (read 'Why choose a Resolution member?'), Gemma adopts a constructive and amicable approach where appropriate. She is open to all forms of process options to resolve matters in the most suitable way for her clients.  

Gemma initially qualified as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives in 2009 and continued her studies to qualify as a solicitor.