Rebecca is a highly experienced private client practitioner and litigator. She joined Samuels in 1999, initially as a legal secretary to one of the partners and then quickly became a paralegal with her own caseload.
Rebecca qualified as a Chartered Legal Executive in 2008, initially specialising in personal injury and medical negligence claims. Over the course of several years, she expanded her areas of practice to include all types of litigation, working with different lawyers within the firm. She has dealt with commercial litigation matters, contested probate cases and debt recovery, as part of her litigation practice.
After completing a STEP Certificate in Trusts & Estates, Rebecca now works very closely with Abbie Kingdon in the private client department, supporting Abbie’s work preparing wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney and dealing with probate matters.
Rebecca has a calm and conscientious manner which clients highly value, at a time when they can be in great distress. Rebecca is professional and efficient, and responds very quickly to any calls or emails which are sent to her.
In her spare time Rebecca enjoys running and spending quality time with her friends and family.
The wills of deceased senior members of the Royal Family are kept under lock and key - but why, when wills become public documents after someone dies?31/01/2022
The rules permitting electronic witnessing of wills was supposed to be a temporary measure, but has the extension of this rule paved the way for a more permanent chance to these ancient requirements?13/01/2022
If your pets are likely to outlive you, you may want to make provision for them to be cared for in your will - but how is this achieved?07/12/2021
Making a will online can seem like a cheap and simple option, particularly if you are stuck at home. But the lack of regulation in this complex area means that solicitors are gearing up for an increase in disputes about wills and inheritance issues.05/11/2021
A lengthy consultation about the digitisation of Lasting Powers of Attorney has drawn to a close. Will paper based LPAs be abandoned?13/10/2021
Digital assets are an important part of your estate - how are you going to ensure yours can be accessed after you have died?23/09/2021