Emma Baker is a Partner in Furley Page’s Elderly and Vulnerable Client team.

Emma qualified as a solicitor in 1999 in another local firm and worked for a few years a personal injury solicitor. In 2006 she took up a private client position in another local firm and has worked as a private client solicitor since.

She grew up in East Kent, and after six years studying in the north of England, she returned to the area and now lives and works in Canterbury. She was head of department and a partner in another local firm before joining Furley Page in 2023.

Emma works at the Canterbury office and regularly visits clients at home, in hospital or care homes and at the other offices. She is part of the Vulnerable Client team, advising and supporting older and vulnerable clients with issues they may have. She deals with all aspects of estate administration, Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Trusts and Court of Protection work.

Emma is a full member of the Society for Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) who are a leading worldwide body for the most experience of senior practitioners in the field of trusts and estates.

Emma Baker is an Accredited Lifetime Lawyer, one of the most qualified lawyers in the country for supporting vulnerable and older people with the right legal advice.

She has a sensitive and caring approach to all her clients, helping them to understand the advice they are being given, and putting them at ease at what is often a very difficult time in their lives.



  • Member of Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP)
  • Accredited Member of The Association of Lifetime Lawyers
  • Kent Law Society
  • Law Society Private Client section