Rebecca Lister is a Solicitor within our Family Department and specialises in children and child care proceedings, regularly representing parents during care proceedings.
Rebecca deals with a wide range of matters, from domestic violence to drug and alcohol abuse. Rebecca is passionate about her work, she is aware that clients often come to us at some of the most difficult times of their lives – her approach is therefore sympathetic, whilst remaining realistic to ensure that her clients understand what is happening at all times
During her training contract, Rebecca spent 18 months working in the family department, gaining experience in all areas of family law, including both matrimonial and child care proceedings. Rebecca now specialises in children and child care proceedings, regularly representing parents during care proceedings. Rebecca deals with a wide range of matters, from domestic violence to drug and alcohol abuse. She has represented victims of domestic violence who need an emergency protective order. Rebecca also has experience in parental disputes, including applications for contact or residency.
As well as being predominantly based in our Lace Market office, Rebecca also attends a local advice centre to help advise its visitors on any legal issues they may have.
Rebecca is also interested in the business development side of legal practice, attending networking events and seminars. She has links with local schools and universities and acts as a mentor for students hoping to enter into the legal profession.
“I just wanted to say a sincere thank you for everything you and Chris have done throughout this very stressful time. Not just for the professional advice you have given but also for the support you have both offered. You have handled this case with not just a highly professional approach but also with compassion and common sense. I couldn't have made a better choice of representation for the children and myself. It goes without saying I would recommend yourself and Rothera Sharp to anyone requiring legal support or advice. Once again thank you so much. ”Michael Gnandte
“You have made my life so much easier by taking away this problem for me. You are highly professional in your job and I am really happy I chose to use your firm.”
“I really appreciate all you have done for us, your care was second to none, especially considering your hectic work schedule. I wish you every success and will definitely use you again. Thanks so much again. ”Eddie Blach
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