Personal Injury: Insurance Fraudsters face no risk

Many people avoid making an insurance claim as they...
By T'nere Sutton | 9th October 2018 | General News, Uncategorised

Sam Allardyce accuses Football Association of failing to follow employment law

Employment law gives protection and a number of rights...
By T'nere Sutton | 4th October 2018 | Employment Law, General News

Medical Negligence – Could you be entitled to a claim?

Medical professionals such as surgeons owe a duty of...
By T'nere Sutton | 3rd October 2018 | General News, Medical Negligence
By Rob Carter | 2nd October 2018 | Family Law, General News

Taylor Bracewell Negotiates new Ownership of The Fitness Club!

Here at Taylor Bracewell, we understand that starting a...
By Rob Carter | 27th September 2018 | Commercial, Commercial Law, General News

The Importance of Having a Partnership Agreement

Going into business with family or friends to some,...
By Rob Carter | 26th September 2018 | General News

A Lifetime Promise is not a Guarantee when it Comes to Wills

Is a lifetime promise ever as good as a...
By Rob Carter | 25th September 2018 | General News, Trust & Probate, Wills

Be Confident with your Confidentiality

If you ever have the need to share information...
By Rob Carter | 21st September 2018 | General News

Estate Disputes – Pring Murder Case

Many people avoid making a will as they believe...
By Rob Carter | 19th September 2018 | General News, Trust & Probate, Wills

Solicitors Welcome Re-introduction of No-fault Divorce

Recently solicitors have welcomed the re-introduction of “no fault”...
By Rob Carter | 19th September 2018 | Family Law, General News

Sharon McKie Joins Taylor Bracewell as Head of Family Law

We are delighted to announce the arrival of Sharon...
By Rob Carter | 30th August 2018 | Family Law, General News

Dementia- the UK’s biggest killer?

Dementia has now overtaken heart-disease as a leading cause...
By Rob Carter | 14th August 2018 | General News, Trust & Probate, Wills

Will your children inherit your estate?

A lingering question at the back of everyone’s mind...
By Rob Carter | 8th August 2018 | General News, Trust & Probate, Wills
By Rob Carter | 1st August 2018 | General News

Owens v Owens – Is Divorce Reform required?

Tini Owens has been refused a divorce by the...
By Rob Carter | 31st July 2018 | Family Law, General News

Parents lose £600 million of assets to own children

Where did it all go wrong? All families are...
By Rob Carter | 31st July 2018 | General News, Trust & Probate

Coronation Street – Child Arrangements and the role of Grandparents

  Viewers of Coronation Street have been left stunned...
By Rob Carter | 30th July 2018 | Family Law, General News

Taylor Bracewell Solicitors have their first Dementia Champion

Nicola Davison, a Legal Executive in our Wills and...
By Rob Carter | 26th July 2018 | General News, Trust & Probate, Wills

Tram Strikes on Tramlines Weekend

Issues for Employers We hear people from all kinds...
By Rob Carter | 23rd July 2018 | Employment Law, General News

Supreme Court Rules in Divorce Case

Mills v Mills - Supreme Court Overruling The Supreme...
By Rob Carter | 20th July 2018 | Family Law, General News

The Gender Pay Gap

BBC Cuts gender pay gap to 7.6% These days...
By Rob Carter | 17th July 2018 | Employment Law, General News

‘Too young’ to make a Will?

‘Too young’ to make a Will?   The world of...
By Rob Carter | 10th July 2018 | General News, Wills

Cheryl and Liam Payne Split – The Legal Implications

Separation is never easy especially when there is a...
By Rob Carter | 5th July 2018 | Family Law, General News

Rosemary Finn Discusses Landmark Civil Partnership Decision

Will Civil Partnerships be extended to Heterosexual Couples?  ...
By Rob Carter | 27th June 2018 | Family Law, General News

Why is making a Will so important? – Keeley Guy Explains

Do you ever wonder what happens to your assets...
By Rob Carter | 21st June 2018 | General News, Trust & Probate, Wills