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Taylor Law is a “Full Service” dispute resolution and avoidance solicitors’ practice.  We are based in Fife, having offices in Dalgety Bay near Kirkcaldy and Rosyth near Dunfermline.  Our locations close to the M90 and A92 mean that we are well located to cover Fife and surrounding areas.

We are experienced in the resolution and avoidance of disputes across an extensive range of disciplines including construction and commercial disputes; debt recovery; and family law.

Our particular focus is on construction disputes, whether involving commercial or industrial developments, or the construction or extension of residential properties.

We have experience in all dispute resolution procedures, from high value adjudications, litigations in the commercial court of the Court of Session, commercial and family actions in the sheriff court, to expert determination and mediation.


We act for private clients, professionals, consultants, and commercial clients.

We offer a personal and focused service which is of the highest quality.  You can expect us to deliver “Big Firm” expertise at “Small Firm” prices.

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Japan narrows its trade deficit in August as a fall in imports lowers the country's energy bill for the month.
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Taylor Law is the trading name of Taylor Law Limited,
Registered No. SC355902 | Registered Office: 3 Castle Court, Carnegie Campus,
Dunfermline, Fife, KY11 8PB | Regulated by the Law Society of Scotland