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Taylor&Emmet expands property litigation team

An experienced property litigator has swapped the seaside for the steel city to strengthen the business legal services team at Sheffield’s Taylor&Emmet LLP.

Solicitor, Sarah Coates-Madden, has relocated from Hull to work with the firm’s litigation experts, providing advice to the region’s landlords and tenants.

Having worked previously at Gosschalks in Hull, where she was recognised by The Legal 500 as a ‘sensible and pragmatic lawyer’, Sarah will continue to specialise in property litigation matters at Taylor&Emmet. She will also work closely with the firm’s conveyancing team to address queries such as boundary disputes and offer assistance on leasehold and enfranchisement issues.

Taylor&Emmet lobbies MP for cohabiting couples

A family law expert from the Dronfield office of Taylor&Emmet LLP has met the area’s member of parliament to campaign for better rights for unmarried couples.

Rachel Barlow and North East Derbyshire MP, Lee Rowley, sat down at Taylor&Emmet’s new premises in the town to discuss the lack of legal protection for cohabitees.

As members of Resolution, the organisers of Cohabitation Awareness Week, Taylor&Emmet is lobbying for statutory changes to give unmarried couples the same legal protection, if the relationship breaks down, as those in marriages or civil partnerships. Currently, cohabitation is not recognised in law, regardless of how long the parties have lived together.

Taylor&Emmet blends brain and brawn to aid hospice

Staff at Sheffield solicitors, Taylor&Emmet LLP, have combined their professional skills and sporting prowess to raise almost £5,000 for local hospice, St Luke’s.

The firm has donated £4,767 to help the city’s experts in palliative care continue to give adults with terminal illnesses the best possible quality of life.

Taylor&Emmet’s probate team took part in St Luke’s Wills Month, creating more than 30 new and updated wills for clients, in return for a donation. The initiative kicked off the firm’s fundraising, banking £3,145.

Deputy mayor opens Taylor&Emmet's Dronfield office

Dronfield’s deputy mayor, Councillor Richard Welton, has hailed the investment made by Taylor&Emmet LLP in new office accommodation as “just what the town needs.”

Councillor Welton officially opened the Sheffield solicitors’ new premises in Dronfield last week, which are four times the size of its former office.

A decade after launching its services in the town, Taylor&Emmet is not only increasing its floor space, but also the advice it offers to residents. It is introducing the first dedicated family law specialist to be based locally, plus additional conveyancing and probate teams.

Taylor&Emmet unveils new Dronfield premises

Sheffield’s Taylor&Emmet LLP is moving to new, larger premises in Dronfield, after serving the town for a decade.

The solicitors’ new Sheffield Road office will be officially opened on Thursday (October 19) by Dronfield’s deputy mayor, Councillor Richard Welton.

Due to increasing demand for its services locally, Taylor&Emmet is expanding its floor space to accommodate more personnel and offer a wider range of in-house specialists. This includes the first dedicated family lawyer to be based in the town, plus additional residential property and probate experts.