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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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Why is Work Experience valuable for young people?

Why is Work Experience valuable for young people?

Fri 24 May 2024

Work Experience is vital to help young people gain practical experience that can help them progress professionally. We offer placements to help individuals gain a hands-on experience, specialist knowledge and assist them with developing skills and personal growth. In 2022 we launched our
How does Taylor Rose MW support Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Day?

How does Taylor Rose MW support Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Day?

Fri 17 May 2024

Spinal Cord Injuries (SCIs) have a profound impact on individuals and...
Limb Loss & Limb Difference Awareness Month: How do we support our clients?

Limb Loss & Limb Difference Awareness Month: How do we support our clients?

Thu 25 April 2024

April is Limb Loss and Limb Difference Awareness
Why has the NHS recalled 1487 patients?

Why has the NHS recalled 1487 patients?

Fri 12 April 2024

NHS England has recently disclosed that there has been a worrying historical oversight concerning women who had previously had above the waist treatment for Hodgkins lymphoma between 1962 and...
Taylor Rose MW raises over 5 million pounds for Charity

Taylor Rose MW raises over 5 million pounds for Charity

Fri 5 April 2024

Our Wills, Trusts and Probate department has raised over
What is inheritance tax and how can it be managed effectively?

What is inheritance tax and how can it be managed effectively?

Tue 26 March 2024

Inheritance Tax (IHT) is a tax imposed on the...
How to react if you are asked to attend a police interview under caution

How to react if you are asked to attend a police interview under caution

Sun 24 March 2024

Being interviewed under caution by the police can be a stressful experience. An interview under caution normally means that you have not been arrested and are asked to attend an...
What to do if the freeholder is absent

What to do if the freeholder is absent

Sun 24 March 2024

An absent freeholder is the term used when the leaseholder of a property (typically a flat) is unable to locate the owner of the freehold interest, the freeholder. The problem usually...
Bribery and corruption - risks for your business and directors

Bribery and corruption - risks for your business and directors

Sun 24 March 2024

Bribery and corruption are serious criminal offences in England that undermine fair competition and erode public trust. The Bribery Act 2010 is the key legislation, outlining various offences and...
Valuing assets and debts for probate - importance and risks of getting it wrong

Valuing assets and debts for probate - importance and risks of getting it wrong

Fri 22 March 2024

Probate Valuation guide Probate valuation can be complex. Consider seeking assistance from a probate solicitor who can guide you through...


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Lexcel
Law Society Personal Injury
Modern law awards winner 2023
Law Society Conveyancing Quality
The British Conveyancing Awards - Mustafa Hassan
LEAP Modern Law Conveyancing Awards
The British Conveyancing Awards - Louise James
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