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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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Solicitor who helped clients through lockdown makes it a global award treble for leading law firm

July 5th 2020

A SOLICITOR who helped give clients peace of mind during lockdown has won a top global award. Rebecca Adams 30, of leading legal firm Cartmell Shepherd Solicitors which has the largest team of wills estates and trust lawyers in Cumbria, achieved a prestigious STEP Worldwide Excellence Award. Rebecca received the…

Team continue to go extra mile for their clients during Covid-19 lockdown

July 8th 2020

At Cartmell Shepherd we value and encourage client feedback and we regularly review the feedback we receive.  As part of our commitment to improving the services we provide we send our clients a feedback questionnaire at the end of every matter or case. The most recent feedback shows that our…

Vulnerable woman’s Will upheld despite daughter’s challenge

October 26th 2020

The High Court has upheld a vulnerable woman’s Will and rejected a claim by her daughter that she had been subjected to undue influence. By Rebecca Armstrong Solicitor The case involved two sisters, Teresa Ann Coles and Heather Christine Reynolds. In 2002, their mother made a Will leaving her estate…

Leading legal firm launches nationwide wills dispute service

October 20th 2020

A LEADING legal firm is maximising its expertise by branching out to offer a specialist wills dispute service nationwide. Cartmell Shepherd Solicitors, the only legal firm in Cumbria to be a member of the innovative UK200Group, has launched a wills dispute resolution website. Peter Stafford, Cartmell Shepherd Solicitors’ managing director,…

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