Staff Profile

Lindsey Rawson
0114 249 6672
Based at: Sheffield
Qualified: 1999
Joined Howells: 2004
Practice Area: Wills, Trusts and Probate
Memberships: Law Society

Lindsey is a solicitor and partner at Howells Solicitors. She joined the firm in 2004 following a period of training and working as a solicitor in London for almost 10 years. Lindsey qualified as a solicitor in 1999 and has exclusively specialised in Wills Trusts and Probate (WT&P) for the past 8 years. Her previous experience is in litigation and she is able to use her experience in this area when dealing with probate disputes.

Lindsey is frequently asked to advise on a variety of work including, Will drafting, Trusts matters, Probate, Court of Protection Applications, Powers of Attorney, Inheritance Tax and Asset Protection advice. This is in addition to probate disputes, commonly known as contentious probate including challenges to the validity of Wills, whether the testator had capacity to make a Will and whether the testator was under the influence of others to make or omit particular gifts.

Lindsey is predominantly based in Sheffield but regularly travels to our other offices to see clients, in addition to carrying out home visits. Lindsey has a friendly, caring disposition and a down to earth approach.

Lindsey is also a trained Dementia Friend.


“From start to finish, my case was dealt with in a very professional and sensitive manner. Communication from Howells was friendly, efficient and nothing short of brilliant. Especially, my solicitor Lindsey Rawson, who made me feel confident with the first class service she very ably provided. I would highly recommend Howells to anyone looking for a solicitor in the local area.” April 2021

Excellent service” – November, 2020

Lindsey was friendly, sympathetic and understanding. She explained everything in full so that I understood and I was kept up to date with what was happening” – 2020

“I can not recommend Howell’s highly enough and particularly Lindsey Rawson. We have dealt with her in several occasions and as well as being very professional she was very kind, caring and helpful! She was particularly lovely with my 97 year old Mum and her 95 year old friend. I will definitely return ! Thank you for your high quality, professional service.” – 2020

“It is particularly commendable in the present situation, although face to face appointments are preferable, with our ‘telephone meeting’ we were made to feel welcome and comfortable experiencing no difficulty with this and subsequent conversations.” – 2020

“We have every confidence in their services and would not hesitate in using them again or highly recommending them to all.” – P.F, May 2020

“I just want to thank you for all your hard work on my behalf. It was so reassuring to know i was in safe hands during a very upsetting time. You handled everything with patience and professionalism.” – March, 2020

“I can not recommend Howells highly enough and particularly Lindsey Rawson. We have dealt with her on several occasions and as well as being very professional she was very kind, caring and helpful. She was particularly lovely with my 97 year old Mum and her 95 year old friend. I will definitely return” – January, 2020

“Once again we are very pleased with the service provided by Howells.” – 2019

“On this occasion it was the most important issue regarding the preparation and writing of our Wills, which were not exactly straightforward in what we needed to arrange.” – 2019

“Professional, yet very friendly service. All questions answered to put you at ease. Could not have asked for a better service.” – DB, April 2019

“With Lindsey’s expertise, patience and understanding of the situation, combined with the detailed explanation of queries arising, we were able to achieve what was required.” – 2018

“Lindsey Rawson, in the Wills & Private client team provided an excellent, friendly and professional service.” – MH, 2018

“Once again may I thank you for a first class service, you made what appeared to be before I started a very daunting enterprise, very easy flowing.” – Wills and Probate Client, June 2018

“I thank you, for ensuring my Aunt and Uncle’s affairs have been settled in good order. It is something they both would have cared about and dearly wished for. I feel you have been able to help restore their dignity and leave their estate/affairs in good order – which is what we all must wish/hope for. You have done this in a way that alleviated much if not all of the anxiety and effort from me and my brother for which I am very grateful.
I would like to thank you personally for your diligence and support and your insight and understanding, particularly in regards to working with my brother who can be both anxious and forgetful. Your advice and support has enabled him to participate fully in the settling of our Uncles affairs and I think this helps to allow him to feel useful and of value.” –
Probate Client, Aug 2018


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