Taylor Bracewell expands into Sheffield

13th February 2013

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="200"] Sharon Beck[/caption] The partners at one of the region's most vibrant law firms, Taylor Bracewell, are delighted to announce that the practice is now open for business in Sheffield.

This 5 partner firm is already highly successful and well respected in Doncaster (and further afield) where it has delivered a first class service since the early 1900s.  It has recently been awarded the 'Highly Commended' accolade in the 'Success through Diversification' category of the Doncaster Chamber Business Awards 2012. Managing partner, Sharon Beck, says -I am very excited about our new venture into Sheffield, although expansion there seems rather a natural progression following the establishment of the employment arm of our firm, Bhayani Bracewell, in Fountain Precinct in 2011.We were delighted to  join forces with one of the region's most successful employment lawyers, Jay Bhayani, then and just as pleased now to bring our specialists in family law, wills and probate, personal injury, property and commercial law to Sheffield.  We are really looking forward to reaching out to a new audience of individuals and  businesses looking for something different from the legal market, and continuing the success we have enjoyed in Doncaster through delivering a premium and innovative service.We are also looking to recruit a number of high quality lawyers to complement our existing experts. [caption id="" align="alignright" width="200"] Jay Bhayani[/caption] Taylor Bracewell and Bhayani Bracewell will also be relocating to larger, prestigious offices on the 4th floor of Fountain Precinct on 12th February where they will continue to be contactable on 0114 272 1884 or by email at hello@taylorbracewell.co.uk www.taylorbracewell.co.uk    

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