Taylor Bracewell Finds Paradise.

Taylor Bracewell has “lift off” as it celebrates the...
By Rob Carter | 20th September 2017 | General News

New Partner – Stephen Coates

Taylor Bracewell are delighted to announce that Stephen Coates,...
By Rob Carter | 19th September 2017 | General News

How’s That! – Taylor Bracewell Staff Takes Part In Charity Events

   HOWS THAT! Taylor Bracewell’s Head of Conveyancing Mark...
By Rob Carter | 12th September 2017 | General News

Academy Trust does not have sufficient capacity to fulfil duties

  The announcement that Wakefield City Academy Trust (WCAT)...
By Rob Carter | 11th September 2017 | Commercial, General News

Under New Management

We would like to announce some changes to our...
By Rob Carter | 31st July 2017 | General News

‘Unlawful’ Employment Tribunal fees scrapped and refunds to be paid

The Government has today (26th July 2017) announced that...
By Rob Carter | 26th July 2017 | Employment Law, General News

Wills set to be reformed and modernised

The year is 1837. It is the year in...
By Rob Carter | 21st July 2017 | General News, Wills

Congratulations Diane on 30 years loyal service!

  Last week we celebrated the remarkable achievement of...
By Rob Carter | 12th July 2017 | General News

5 Star Robert Clarke

It wasn’t long ago we were congratulating Rob on...

The Queen’s Speech – and what it might mean to you

The Queen's Speech outlining the political agenda for the...
By Rob Carter | 23rd June 2017 | Conveyance, Dispute Resolution, Family Law, General News

Record-Breaker Lauren Smith

SOUTH YORKSHIRE LAW FIRM TOPS FUNDRAISING CHARTS FOR WILL...
By Rob Carter | 20th June 2017 | Charity, General News, Personal Law

Are you in breach of a restrictive covenant?

Are you in breach of a restrictive covenant? You...
By Rob Carter | 5th June 2017 | Commercial, Conveyance, General News, Uncategorised

Not Your Average Jo

Jo Empson, PA to Alison Turner and a key...
By Rob Carter | 5th June 2017 | General News

I’ve been sacked! – Unfair Dismissal – Employment Law

You’re fired – a saying made famous and used...
By Rob Carter | 5th June 2017 | Employment Law, General News

Rise in Probate Fees – Shelved

The planned rise in Probate fees which would have...
By Rob Carter | 27th April 2017 | General News, Trust & Probate

Do you know where your charity donations goes?

The UK and in particular the Yorkshire area has...
By Rob Carter | 26th April 2017 | Charity, General News

Will Disputes On The Rise

One of the most stressful situations after a loved...
By Rob Carter | 19th April 2017 | Dispute Resolution, General News, Trust & Probate

Misleading travel websites could be in BIG trouble

The age old saying ‘if it’s to good to...
By Rob Carter | 11th April 2017 | Commercial Law, General News

April 2017 – Key changes in Employment Law

April is always a significant month for employment lawyers...
By Jessica Lidster | 7th April 2017 | Employment Law, General News

Gender Pay Gap Reporting

From the 5th April 2017, gender pay gap reporting...
By Jessica Lidster | 6th April 2017 | Employment Law, General News

Robert Clarke Celebrates his ‘Crystal’ Anniversary as a Solicitor

Congratulations to Robert, who recently celebrated 15 years since...
By Dawn Anderson | 4th April 2017 | Dispute Resolution, General News

Electrical Safety Standards Apply to Landlord Properties

Landlords have an obligation to ensure that electrical safety...
By Dawn Anderson | 31st March 2017 | Conveyance, General News

Surveillance in Personal Injury on the Rise

When making personal injury claims, claimants often don’t realise...
By Dawn Anderson | 25th March 2017 | Dispute Resolution, General News

Planned Changes to Houses in Multiple Occupancy Licensing

The government is consulting on changes to Houses in...
By Dawn Anderson | 20th March 2017 | Conveyance, General News

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