Peter Dunn & Co. 20 Athenaeum Street, Sunderland, SR1 1DH and at 16 North Terrace Seaham SR77EU
0191 568 9000

Rebecca Davison

Rebecca joined Peter Dunn & Co in 2015 as an Associate Solicitor. She graduated from the University of Derby with a 2:1 Honours Degree in Law in 2005. Upon qualification she was one of the youngest Solicitors admitted to the roll in 2008.

Rebecca has extensive experience in all areas of family law including all matters arising from separation, to representation of family members and children in Public Law (care) proceedings.

As well as divorce, co-habitee disputes, financial issues arising from separation and children matters, Rebecca has vast experience of domestic violence related work. Rebecca has close links with support services available to vulnerable clients.

Rebecca is particularly interested in the law relating to children and became an Accredited Member of the Law Societys Children Panel in 2012 thereby enabling her to represent children in Public Law proceedings through their Guardian. She can advise, support and represent parents, grandparents and other family members through the complexities of arrangements for the children following separation and divorce.

Rebecca is sensitive, approachable and professional, her manner instils confidence in her clients. Rebecca fully understands that family issues are emotional and can be stressful and she prides herself on her client care. She ensures that clients are given realistic advice in a way that is easy for them to understand and she strives to ensure that she personally represents her clients from initial hearings through to final determination. She regularly appears in all levels of the Family Court throughout the region.

Outside of work Rebecca enjoys spending time with her young family and socialising with her friends.

 

 


Peter Dunn & Co. is the trading name of Peter Dunn & Co. Limited (CRN 08017997) whose registered office is 20 Athenaeum Street, Sunderland, SR1 1DH
The Company is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulatory Authority