Rachel Dyson

Rachel advises on all aspects of future planning including wills, lasting powers of attorney and trusts. She also supports clients through the process of administration of estates.

Meet Rachel

Rachel completed her law degree at Durham University and trained with the firm, qualifying as a solicitor in 2004 and being appointed a director in 2016. She has led the expansion of the private client department and has created a team which is proud to support individuals in ensuring their plans for the future are effectively and efficiently put into place. Noted for her ability to make people feel at ease, Rachel is approachable and supportive at what can often be a difficult time for clients. Rachel has a young family and as well as exploring the local countryside with them she is a regular attender at her local CrossFit gym.

Latest News

Private Client

01 MAY 2024

Making Gifts of Assets

As we get older, future planning becomes increasingly important to us, especially if we have loved ones.


18 APRIL 2024

Freers Askew Bunting Hosting First Law Clinic at Stokesley Cricket Club

We are thrilled to announce that we will be hosting its first-ever Law Clinic at Stokesley Cricket Club on the 15th of May from 10 AM to 4 PM.

Private Client

11 DECEMBER 2023

Powers of Attorney Act 2023

The Powers of Attorney Act 2023, receiving Royal Assent on 18th September, marks a significant shift in the legal framework surrounding Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA). Its primary objectives include enhancing safeguards against fraud and abuse, and streamlining the LPA process through digitisation.