Taylor Bracewell Finds Paradise.

28th September 2017

Taylor Bracewell has -lift off as it celebrates the new Sheffield office Launch.

Taylor Bracewell staff were joined by many friends and well wishers as they celebrated in style, their new home at 11 Paradise Square, Sheffield. The event was a great success and even the downpour of rain couldn't stop the celebrations as people gathered to enjoy the new Sheffield office Launch. The conference room was the perfect setting for folks to mingle and get a feel of the new premises. It was also the stage for the musical entertainment which finished the night perfectly as Taylor Bracewell's very own Kiziah Watson provided the vocals which brought to a close the launch. There was lots of entertainment including an expert caricaturist who managed to please many of the guests with his excellent portraits. There was a sensational magician who managed to amaze the audience with his comedy and tricks. The outdoor marquee gave the guests a great space to be able to enjoy some of the fantastic food which was catered for by a Sheffield favourite, Smoke BBQ Taylor Bracewell first opened a Sheffield branch in 2011, initially providing a niche employment and H.R service. The Sheffield office quickly grew and due to the expansion of the team a change of location was needed. The decision to move offices was influenced by various factors, the main being the current growth and need for more space in the Sheffield area. Taylor Bracewell currently cover a wide range of Personal and Business Law services including Employment Law and H.R, Property Law, Wills, Trust and Probate together with Family Law. A major consideration on the move was ease of access for clients. The new office in the city centre is well recognised as the home of Sheffield professionals and allows Taylor Bracewell to accommodate a wider range of clients. The new office gives Taylor Bracewell the room to breath and the opportunity to continue to expand their Sheffield team. The office move is part of Taylor Bracewell's current growth strategy and will act as a springboard to further develop it's presence in the region and grow the Sheffield office enabling it to offer a full range of legal services. 2017 has been an exciting year so far for the Firm. They have successfully changed the business structure to an ABS (Alternative business structure), appointed Peter Caswell as the new Managing Partner, appointed Sharon Beck as the Firm's first Chief Executive Officer and finally Clare Ashby and Stephen Coates became new Partners in the firm. The Sheffield move is the latest action to ensure that Taylor Bracewell continue striving in the right direction to help both people and businesses in the region with their legal matters. Sharon Beck Chief Executive Officer comments: -The Sheffield office move comes after a very busy start to the year. The move shows our serious intention and ambition to grow and compete in the Sheffield market which we are still relatively new. We are confident of future success in the region, as we know the team which operates from our Sheffield office are amongst the finest legal workers in the area! Sara Ellison Head of the Sheffield office also added -This is a very exciting time for Taylor Bracewell as we continue to grow our teams and legal offering. The move provides our clients with easy access to quality legal services and support and we look forward to welcoming clients, old and new to the office. We are preparing ourselves for a busy few months as the business teams participate in the Connect Business Conference offering a free contracts month through out all of October. Our Head of Probate, Lauren Smith will be supporting Will Aid again in November. Last Year Lauren was the highest ranking Solicitor in the Country for Wills written and donations made during the campaign and aims to continue this success this year. Lauren says -Will Aid is a fantastic way of having your Will written by a qualified Solicitor whilst also donating the usual fee you would pay to the charities. I am excited about this year's campaign and aim to try and exceed last year's achievements with the help of the people of Sheffield.

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