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From time to time we like to inform our clients and customers of any changes to the law which may affect them or their business. We also have a team of experts who are ready to voice their opinion with blog posts about trends, current affairs, who we are, or any prominent new article of the day.

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Congratulations to Newly Qualified Solicitor Roxanne Dean

Congratulations to Newly Qualified Solicitor Roxanne Dean

Mon 10 February 2020

By ROXANNE DEAN

Congratulations to our newly qualified solicitor Roxanne Dean after completing her training contract with the firm. We’re pleased to announce that on 15th January Roxanne Dean was admitted as a solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales after completing a 2-year training contract at Taylor Rose TTKW’s...
2019 Q4 Legal Star Award Winner: Paige O'Brien

2019 Q4 Legal Star Award Winner: Paige O'Brien

Fri 31 January 2020

Congratulations to Paige O’Brien for becoming Q4’s Legal Star in the 2019 Star Awards Programme. Paige works as a re-mortgage Case Handler within our
Q&A: Divorce

Q&A: Divorce

Thu 30 January 2020

Specialising in Family Law for 10 years, Head of Family Law, Ashleigh Spencer, provides some insight into the divorce process and how she delivers clear, compassionate and concise...
2019 Q4 Corporate Star Award Winner: Charlotte Rayner

2019 Q4 Corporate Star Award Winner: Charlotte Rayner

Thu 30 January 2020

Well done to Charlotte Rayner who has won the 4th Quarter Corporate Star Award within the 2019 annual Star Awards Programme.  Charlotte is an archiving Executive working...
What should you consider when purchasing with a partner?

What should you consider when purchasing with a partner?

Wed 22 January 2020

The hardest asset to decide upon in any family law case is always the family home and for good reason. When you purchase a home, you do so as a united partnership; it is one of the happiest...
FAQ: Spouse Visa

FAQ: Spouse Visa

Mon 20 January 2020

  You can apply for a spouse visa if you are married to a British national or a person who is settled in the UK (i.e. holds Indefinite Leave to Remain). As this is one of...
Competing priorities of growth in a volatile industry

Competing priorities of growth in a volatile industry

Fri 10 January 2020

Managing Director Adrian Jaggard’s first blog of 2020 focusses on the growth of Taylor Rose TTKW within a challenging and rapidly changing...
Why is the Festive Period the busiest time for Family Solicitors?

Why is the Festive Period the busiest time for Family Solicitors?

Thu 5 December 2019

  Trainee Solicitor, Felicity Hart sheds some light onto what is known as one of the busiest times for
How to Resolve a Construction Dispute?

How to Resolve a Construction Dispute?

Tue 5 November 2019

  The construction and building industry is an area where disputes are commonplace. As anyone who has ever been involved in a construction project will understand, things rarely go...
Employer in Administration - Are you aware of your rights?

Employer in Administration - Are you aware of your rights?

Mon 4 November 2019

  The sudden news of Mothercare entering administration has sent shivers up and down the spines of thousands of employees across the UK working for large companies who are finding...


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