Chartered Legal Executive
- Divorce and Civil Partnership Dissolution
- Children Law
- Special Guardianship Order applications
- Domestic Abuse
- Change of Name Deeds
- Modest Asset Finances
- Legal Aid
Rebecca has been specialising in divorce, modest asset financial cases and assisting clients with disputes relating to relationship breakdown for over ten years.
She also represents clients in private Children Law proceedings and protection from domestic abuse.
Representing a client in Children Act Proceedings, where the issue in dispute was whether contact should be reinstated with an alleged perpetrator of domestic abuse. Findings of domestic abuse were made at the Finding of Fact hearing which resulted in contact being suspended until completion of a Domestic Abuse Perpetrator Course and thereafter a welfare report to consider ongoing risk.
Representing a couple in obtaining a Special Guardianship Order to become full time carers of their young family member where the parents were unable to do so.
Representing a client in obtaining a Non-Molestation Order to protect from domestic abuse. Obtaining instructions, getting public funding in place, attending court and obtaining an order without notice and serving the order upon the respondent within 24 hours.
Representing a client who had been engaged in protracted correspondence for many months prior to instruction. Proactively progressing the matter to a successful conclusion, finalising divorce proceedings and obtaining a financial benefit and clean break for the client.
Qualifications and Accreditations
- Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives since 2018
- Level 2 Certificate in Understanding the Nature and Dynamics of Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence (DASV) through Safer Futures
- NCFE CACHE Level 2 Certificate in Understanding Children and Young People’s Mental Health
Rebecca is a volunteer youth worker and Secretary of her local Youth Club.
She has is a keen runner having run two half marathons raising money for local charities.
I now feel safe and can return to my home … I cannot thank you enough.