Rebecca Green

Associate Chartered Legal Executive

Rebecca Green is an Associate Chartered Legal Executive in Rotheras Wills and Probate department and specialises in will drafting, estate administration, lasting powers of attorney and court of protection applications. Rebecca is currently based in our Long Eaton office.


Rebecca is based at our Long Eaton office and regularly acts for clients across Nottinghamshire whilst also being able to speak to clients in Derbyshire via the areas Carers Association legal clinics. She works closely with clients to ensure their wishes are carried out and family and loved ones are properly provided for.  The Wills & Probate team fully understand that legal issues affecting you and your family can be stressful and Rebecca is on hand to guide clients through the legal process to ensure all advice given is clear, fit for clients needs and brings about the best outcome for you.

Rebecca has 10 years’ experience of dealing with Wills and Probate matters.

Career Highlights

  • She began her legal career in Wills and Probate at SGC Solicitors in 2004 as a legal secretary
  • In 2010 she became a fee earner in the private client department at Shakespeares Solicitors
  • Joined Sharp Young and Pearce in 2013, prior to its merger with Rothera Dowson to form Rothera Sharp, as a Probate Executive.
  • She became a Chartered Legal Executive in 2015
  • Became an Associate in 2019.


“Rebecca was very efficient and understood the critical situation well. ”
Marianne Head
“Excellent, efficient service by Ms Green who listened carefully to our legal requirements and gave us the appropriate advice. Every matter conducted in a friendly, informal way, which was just what we wanted. Thank you. ”
Ian and Karen Gill
“Lovely approachable and friendly staff. Made the process easy to understand. ”
Brian Blanchard
“Rebecca was excellent. She explained everything clearly and made the whole experience a delight. ”
Robert Reed
“Rebecca Green had previously assisted in the preparation of earlier wills. She continues to provide a professional but friendly service and we have recommended her to family and friends. ”
Mr and Mrs Roberts
“Would be more than happy to recommend to friends. Friendly, prompt and efficient service by all staff encountered. ”
Ann Holland
“We found Rebecca Green very professional and very friendly. She made us feel at ease while discussing what we needed. We will use again if needed. ”
Roy Griffin
“Excellent service from the initial enquiry about writing our will to signing of them. The staff were always friendly and knowledgeable about any queries. I would definitely recommend them. Thank you. ”
Mr and Mrs O’Regan
“Everything was explained very carefully particularly as my husband and I are in our late seventies and eighties. The wills were expertly done and everything settled within one month. Thank you. ”
Mrs Stewart
“After having just finished dealing with solicitors when buying our house (different firm) the idea of doing it again did fill me with dread if I'm honest, but we had a great experience with Rebecca. She was brilliant and very approachable/knowledgeable. Very pleased with the service! ”
Heather Beardsley
“Excellent service, very friendly and explained things clearly and took time. We did not feel rushed in any way. ”
Mark Pearson

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Rebecca Green's Experience


10 years


  • Rebecca qualified as a Chartered Legal Executive in 2015 after successfully applying for Fellowship via a work based learning portfolio and three years’ qualifying employment

Memberships & Accreditations

Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives
Fully accredited member of Solicitors For The Elderly (SFE)

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