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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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Social networking firm, Facebook has reported that profits more than doubled in its second quarter on a jump in advertising revenue.
GM recalls 717,949 more vehicles
General Motors is recalling an additional 717,949 vehicles due to a range of issues, including loose bolts and potentially incomplete welding on some seat hooks.
Arrests made after eBay Stubhub thefts
Arrests are made in the UK, US, Canada and Spain after a scam involving e-tickets for Elton John concerts and other shows sold via Stubhub.
China manufacturing growth speeds up
China's manufacturing activity grows at its fastest pace in 18 months in July, an initial survey by HSBC shows, the latest sign that its economy may be stabilising.
Websites frozen in pension campaign
Eighteen websites have been suspended and arrests made during a campaign, being revamped on Thursday, against pensions cash "predators".
Ban on flights to Tel Aviv renewed
The suspension of US and European airline flights to Israel's Ben Gurion airport after a nearby rocket attack has been extended for a second day.
Bank and business at odds over rates
Bank of England minutes show officials are still wary over raising interest rates while the Institute of Directors believes the Bank is being too cautious.
IMF forecasts lower US growth
The IMF is lowering its forecast for US economic growth to a "disappointing" 1.7%, the second downgrade this year.
Young adults face housing squeeze
A growing proportion of young people have been squeezed out of the housing market in England and are renting privately instead, a report suggests.
Pepsico shares surge on results
Shares in snacks and drinks giant Pepsico trade close to record levels after the company reports positive results.
Glaxo profits fall hits shares
GlaxoSmithKline shares fall 6% as the drugs company's profits are hit by a slide in sales and a bribery investigation in China.
Boeing profits from sales boost
US aerospace giant Boeing earnings rise 52%, boosted by a "strong" quarter for commercial aircraft sales.
PayPal to advance cash to businesses
Online payments firm PayPal is to advance cash to UK small businesses from the early autumn as an alternative to traditional loans, the company has announced.
Airline route assessments criticised
Safety assessments for risky air routes are "not good enough", the British Airline Pilots Association says.
PM to check arms export licences
David Cameron vows to examine outstanding licences for the sale of arms to Russia after claims by MPs that they could breach the terms of an embargo.
Apple earnings up on iPhone sales
Apple reports quarterly profits of $7.75bn up 12%, helped by strong sales of its iPhone.
Herbalife dodges "death blow"
Hedge fund manager Bill Ackman fails to land his promised "death blow" on diet shake company, Herbalife.
British holidaymakers return to Spain
The number of people taking their holidays in Spain reaches record levels, according to the country's tourism ministry.
Disability benefits flaws 'grave'
Parts of the disability benefits system require a "fundamental redesign" because flaws in the process are so "grave", a group of MPs says.
Pension delay to be less lucrative
People who delay taking their state pension from 2016 will gain less financial benefit than under current rules, the government proposes.

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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