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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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Barclays sets aside £500m in probe
Barclays reports profits of £3.72bn for the first nine months of the year as it sets aside £500m relating to "investigations" into foreign exchange trading.
Housing market 'losing momentum'
The UK housing market is showing signs of slowing down, the Nationwide says, with the annual rate of price growth slowing to 9% in October.
Motorway fuel '£8 a tank dearer'
Filling up at a motorway service station can cost the average motorist an extra £8 a tank compared with elsewhere, the RAC says.
Australia bank plans UK asset sale
National Australia Bank is considering floating its Clydesdale and Yorkshire banking operations on the stock market as part of an exit from the UK.
Big firms 'must condemn GamerGate'
Games publishers must "stand-up and condemn" the movement referred to as "GamerGate", says a developer forced to leave her home due to threats.
Lufthansa lowers 2015 profit goal
Lufthansa has lowered its profit guidance for 2015 due to concerns about a global economic slowdown and competition over fares.
Samsung profit lowest in three years
Samsung Electronics sees its quarterly operating profit fall to its lowest level in more than three years because of slowing smartphone sales.
Decline in German unemployment
Unemployment in Germany fell this month, confounding predictions of a slight rise.
Shell appoints new chairman
Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell has appointed former Bank of America and DuPont chair Charles Holliday as chairman.
US Fed ends QE stimulus programme
US Federal Reserve announces an end to the quantitative easing stimulus programme begun in 2008 as economic recovery takes hold.
FTSE 100 steady in early trade
The FTSE 100 is little-changed in early trade, but shares in Barclays rise after its latest results.
Tesco in criminal fraud probe
The Serious Fraud Office is carrying out a criminal investigation into accounting irregularities at supermarket giant Tesco.
Fiat Chrysler to spin off Ferrari
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles plans to spin off Ferrari and sell a 10% stake in the luxury carmaker on the stock market.
Baidu misses profit predictions
Profits and revenues from Baidu, often called "China's Google", miss analysts' profit forecasts.
Deutsche Bank in 92m-euro loss
Deutsche Bank swings to a loss in the third quarter because of higher legal costs to settle investigations.
'Rip-off' payday loan broker warning
Consumers are warned to be wary of "rip-off" payday middlemen, after the NatWest bank reports that it is receiving hundreds of new complaints every day.
Noriega fails to sue Call of Duty
The former dictator of Panama, Manuel Noriega, fails in his attempt to sue Activision after a character based on him appeared in a Call of Duty game.
Tesco ATM promises 'free erections'
There's been a rather unfortunate translation error on an ATM outside an Aberystwyth store.
'Number spoofing' scam nets millions
A new phone scam - known as number spoofing - is netting millions of pounds for fraudsters, consumers are being warned
Yorkshire fined £4.1m over mortgages
Yorkshire Building Society is fined £4.1m for failing to deal properly with customers who were falling behind on mortgage payments.
Mortgage approvals at 14-month low
The number of mortgages being approved has fallen to its lowest level in more than a year, according to the Bank of England.

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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