Who are we?

We’re MacIntyre Law, your ultimate legal team.

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About us

With our offices in Stony Stratford and Woburn we work with businesses and individuals across Milton Keynes, Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire, taking on problems, fighting corners and delivering winning solutions.

But less about our background, and more about what we can do for you.

How are we different?

Why choose us over a larger, city firm?

We’ve got clout

Our team might be small, but our experience certainly isn’t. We’ve worked in large, small, city and in-house practices, and we partner with a barristers chamber in London to bring you the ultimate legal team.

Nothing fazes us

We’re the best at what we do, and our extensive experience means that we’ve seen it all. No matter what problem, dream or adventure you come to us with, we can help.

We’re fair

We don’t have billing targets, and we certainly don’t bill big for small tasks. Instead, we’re reasonable with fees and fair about our time so you get the best value and experience for your money. 

We’re people people

We get to know you so you feel comfortable being open and honest with us. It’s what drives the best results. 

We want your problems

We take the weight off of your shoulders by taking your problems on and coming back with practical and actionable solutions. 

We’ve got your back

some clients describe us as their armour, while others describe us as their team. Either way, we’re with you every step of the way.

No one wants to use a lawyer, but when you need to, you’ll know who to pick up the phone to.

Contact us:

01908 410 844

How we work

We’re a tech-fuelled law firm, meaning that wherever you are, we are.

We offer fixed fee, traditional hourly rates and pay as you go fee structures, depending on your matter. Or, if you’re simply seeking advice on the merit of your case before taking it forward, we offer a fixed fee consultation.

And we get to know each and everyone one of you – no matter how big or small your problem is. 

Fixed fee consultations

Whatever your legal needs, we’ve got the people, expertise and edge to deliver the winning result.

Meet the team

We’re a small but specialist team.

Rachael MacIntyre LL.B (Hons)

Managing Director / Solicitor

Year of Admission: 2004


Areas of Specialism:

Commercial, Litigation, Employment Law

Memberships & other Appointments:

  • Member of the Employment Lawyers Association;

  • Governor of a Primary School in Buckinghamshire


Rachael is our managing director and set up MacIntyre Law in 2009.


Rachael has always combined litigation and employment law since qualifying as a solicitor in 2004.


Rachael’s clients vary from individuals, SMEs, Trust Incorporations and Schools. Being a Governor of a School enables Rachael to fully understand the problems Schools face making her advice invaluable.


Rachael covers all aspects of employment law with work varying from advice through to full conduct of contentious employment tribunal proceedings. 


Litigation work generally covers contract disputes and property (commercial, residential and Landlord/Tenant) disputes, sale/supply of goods and services. 


Rachael accepts work from advice through to taking conduct of contentious proceedings in the County Court / High Court.


Rachael carries out all types of commercial work including drafting and review work such as Terms of Business, all types of contracts, Settlement Agreements, Shareholders Agreements and other business agreements.

Elaine Foster F.CILEx

Director / Chartered Legal Executive

Year of Admission: 2005


Areas of Specialism:

Family Law

Memberships & other Appointments:

  • Resolution


Elaine is an experienced and accomplished family lawyer who has worked in the field of family law since 1997.  Her career development took her from being the secretary to the managing partner of a prestigious boutique family law firm in London through to becoming a qualified lawyer in her own right.  This career path allowed Elaine to gain a deep understanding of family law from all angles, from the practicalities of the administration of a case though to the complexities of law in dealing with a full range of family law matters.  


Elaine advises on all areas of private family law to include:


  • Divorce, dissolution and separation

  • Financial and property matters

  • Arrangements for the children 

  • Domestic abuse

  • Family business and pensions on divorce

  • Leave to Remove applications

  • Pre-nuptial, post-nuptial and cohabitation agreements;

  • Unmarried couples



Elaine has advised clients across the full spectrum of family law matters, from the “every day” divorce to representing high profile clients at the High Court and Court of Appeal.  


Elaine’s clients describe her as “a strong force to be reckoned with”,  and as bringing “an emotionally intelligent, sensitive but clear minded approach”.  


It has always been Elaine’s aim to bring high quality legal advice to those who need it most, and as such she has developed a Pay As You Go service which helps clients who choose to self represent.  This is done by offering solid legal advice in the background whilst the client retains full control of the purse strings.


Elaine is a long term and committed member of Resolution (www.resolution.co.uk) which promotes a constructive approach to family matters. 

Simon Stone BA (Hons)

Director / Solicitor

Year of Admission: 1985


Areas of Specialism:

Property, Commercial & Residential; Wills; Lasting Powers of Attorney; Estate Planning & Protection; Business.

Memberships & other Appointments:

  • Simon is accredited by Solicitors for the Elderly;

  • Past President of the Berks, Bucks and Oxfordshire Law Society BB&O);

  • Past President of the Milton Keynes Law Society;

  • Honorary Secretary to the BB&O; and

  • National Tutor for Propertymark (National Assoc. of Estate Agents).


Simon grew-up in Swansea and after University in Kent and Law School in Guildford, started practice in the Cardiff area before moving to a Milton Keynes and National firm.  He then entered commerce and was General Counsel to an Insurance Company dealing in Title Insurance and a Legal Director in a national conveyancing organisation.


Simon returned to private practice in 2008 and founded a new firm and joined MacIntyre Law in 2020.


Simon is also a trainer having taught property law and conveyancing to lawyers in India and in the UK to Estate Agents as part of their professional development.


Married to a scientist and with two sons apart from spending as much time as possible with the family his hobbies are rugby, golf, a boxer dog, travel and doing absolutely nothing.

Chris Kennedy LL.B (Hons)


Year of Admission: 1979


Areas of Specialism:

Residential and Commercial Conveyancing

Memberships & other Appointments:


Member of the Law Society Risk and Compliance Group


Chris grew up in Northampton and after attending Northampton Grammar School graduated from Cardiff University Law School with a law degree in 1976.


Chris trained with a local Northampton firm and left in 2011 following 20+ years as a partner and member. Back in distant history Chris was Chairman of the Law Society Northamptonshire Young Solicitors Group.  Hard to believe!


In 2011 Chris joined Kingsley David Solicitors Limited based in Woburn Sands working with Simon Stone and offered conveyancing services to the Village and beyond working closely with agents, brokers, lenders and other advisers on behalf of his clients.  Chris joined MacIntyre Law in 2020.  


Chris lives with wife Rosie near Newport Pagnell and has three children and five grandchildren.  In moments of escape Nottingham Forest FC, Irish Rugby and travel far and wide are his passions.

Susan Lynch F.CILEx

Probate Lawyer

Year of Admission: 2018


Areas of Specialism:


Memberships & other Appointments:


  • Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives;
  • Accredited Member of Solicitors for the Elderly

Susan started her career in law in 2005 specialising in Family Law.  

Susan particularly enjoyed injunction work as this was assisting people at a particularly difficult time in their lives.  Susan acted for applicants and respondents, and found each to be equally rewarding.  Financial relief following divorce was also an interesting area for her as this meant juggling with figures for fair outcome. 


Susan moved to the area of Private Client work in 2017, specialising in probate work.  This generally means working closely with people who are bereaved. Susan understands that losing a loved one can be a very stressful time. 


At MacIntyre Law, we will do what we can to help alleviate the stress of obtaining probate and administering the estate for you. We can do as much or as little as you require.


In Susan’ spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and her loyal canine companion, and gardening (very therapeutic after a hard week’s work).

Victoria Walsh

Secretary to Rachael MacIntyre

Victoria worked in Customer Services for 12 years, in the process gaining an NVQ in Administration and Customer Services. 


Victoria is the super organiser and excellent at diary and case management. As Victoria is secretary to the Managing Director, she not only has to keep Rachael and her client caseload organised – she has to keep the firm organised too, in every aspect!  


Victoria has always had an interest in Law and joined MacIntyre Law in August 2018 after she had her daughter. 

Lauren Miller

Secretary to Elaine Foster

In the last 10 years Lauren has gained plentiful experience in a range of customer services. Lauren found a passion in law and joined MacIntyre Law in 2019 soon after beginning her studies in Law.


Lauren thrives on client care and enjoys keeping in touch with clients, especially in family law matters when she is dealing with very sensitive situations.


Alison Daws

Secretary to Simon Stone

Alison has worked in both support and managerial roles and has worked with Simon in commercial and residential conveyancing and private client work for over 12 years now. 


When at home Alison has three young grandchildren who keep her busy and enjoys gardening if she has time! 

Sarah Sharpe

Accounts Executive

Sarah has been working in legal accounts for nearly 30 years.  Sarah started her accounts journey in law in 1990 with 2 previous law firms before joining MacIntyre Law in 2020.



Sarah has two boys and love spending time with family and friends.



Most of my summer weekends are spent with the family showing off their classic cars with their like-minded friends. 

Deborah Colvill

Secretary to Chris Kennedy

Deborah has worked in support and managerial roles, primarily within residential conveyancing but also commercial property, for the last 35 years.  She holds a wealth of experience but especially relating to Land Registry matters having managed a post-completions team at a previous firm and holds a Certificate in Land Registry Law and Practice for which she received a distinction.


Outside of the office Deborah enjoys going to the gym, watching live music and spending time with family and friends.

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