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Rebecca is a Dispute Resolution Associate Solicitor working in our Viaduct House Office.  Rebecca deals with all aspects of Civil Litigation.  Her expertise includes Contentious Trusts and Probate and Property Litigation.

Rebecca is an Associate Member of the Association of Contentious Trusts and Probate Solicitors (ACTAPS).

About Rebecca

Born and raised in Carlisle, Rebecca graduated from the University of Liverpool before completing the Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course at Northumbria University. She joined Cartmell Shepherd in 2014 as a Paralegal before undertaking her training contract in 2015.  Rebecca qualified into the Dispute Resolution department in March 2017.

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Injunction granted against ‘poaching and competing’ employee

January 26th 2022

A logistics company has been granted an injunction against an employee to prevent him poaching its staff and working for a competitor. Rebecca Armstrong Associate Solicitor in our dispute resolution team reports on this recent case. The case involved JM Solutions UK Ltd. Its two directors lived in Romania, and since…

Court interprets woman’s will to enable all her children to inherit

September 7th 2021

The High Court has reconciled contradictory instructions relating to a deceased woman’s estate so that all three of her children can receive an equal inheritance. Rebecca Armstrong Associate Solicitor reports on this case. The court made the ruling after the trustees of a settlement applied for an interpretation of the…

Adult brothers not entitled to further money under father’s will

July 14th 2021

Two adult brothers have failed in their attempt to be given a share of their deceased father’s estate after being left out of his will. Rebecca Armstrong Associate Solicitor reports on this recent case. The High Court ruled that it was clear that the father had made provision for them while…

Children entitled to a share of father’s estate despite estrangement

June 16th 2021

Two teenage brothers have been granted a share of their father’s estate even though they were estranged from him and had been excluded from his will. Rebecca Armstrong Associate Solicitor reports on this recent case. The two boys, referred to only as J and H in court, who were aged…

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