Rebecca works with individuals and families to resolve family law disputes in a constructive way.
The breakdown of a relationship can be a difficult time for all involved. Rebecca actively seeks to resolve matters in a non-confrontational manner, considering the needs of the whole family and what is in the children's best interests.
Rebecca is particularly interested in alternative forms of dispute resolution and avoiding court proceedings where this is appropriate and in her client’s best interests.
Rebecca also has significant experience of litigation at the Central Family Court and High Court, should court intervention prove necessary.
“There are times in life when one can feel properly adrift at sea, unsure if safe harbour will ever come. Thank you for being my compass. You’ve made a huge difference” (Client)
“Thanks for all your help which kept me going through such a difficult time. Throughout this campaign, I have been extremely impressed by your high level of professionalism and your toleration of my (sometimes) impatience.” (Client)
“Again thank you so much ........you are indeed a great asset for your firm” (Client)
“I can’t thank you enough. Words I can think of are not strong enough to express my gratitude.” (Client)
“The quality of Rebecca's work and level-headedness she brings to a hearing are a credit to Farrer & Co.” (Counsel)
“Rebecca was highly competent and made the process as swift and efficient as possible. I could not recommend her highly enough.” (Client)
Rebecca is a member of Resolution, an organisation of family lawyers and other professionals who believe in a constructive, non-confrontational approach to family law matters.
Rebecca is also Acting Treasurer at YRes, Resolution’s network of family law professionals at the start of their careers.
Prior to commencing her training contract at Farrer & Co, Rebecca read History at the University of Cambridge and completed the graduate programme at FTI Consulting. Rebecca qualified into the Employment team in 2013 before specialising in family law.