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Rhys Taylor

Barrister, arbitrator and mediator | 30 Park Place
Rhys Taylor is a barrister, arbitrator and mediator (CMC registered civil mediator) who practices out of 30 Park Place, Cardiff and The 36 Group, London. Rhys specialises in matrimonial finance and TOLATA claims (appearing for the successful defendant in the recent case of Dobson v Griffey [2018] EWHC 1117 (Ch)).

He has a particular interest in pensions on divorce. He is a co-author of Pensions on Divorce: A Practitioner’s Handbook (3rd edition, LexisNexis Family Law) and is a member of the Pension Advisory Group. He is also a co-editor of www.FamilyArbitrator.com.

Away from his usual practice, Rhys sits as a part-time tribunal chairman for the Residential Property Tribunal (Wales), dealing with long leasehold disputes. Rhys tweets at @rhystaylor32.
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Barrister, arbitrator and mediator | 30 Park Place
Rhys Taylor is a barrister, arbitrator and mediator (CMC registered civil mediator) who practices out of 30 Park Place, Cardiff and The 36 Group, London. Rhys specialises in matrimonial finance and TOLATA claims (appearing for the successful defendant in the recent case of Dobson v Griffey [2018] EWHC 1117 (Ch)).

He has a particular interest in pensions on divorce. He is a co-author of Pensions on Divorce: A Practitioner’s Handbook (3rd edition, LexisNexis Family Law) and is a member of the Pension Advisory Group. He is also a co-editor of www.FamilyArbitrator.com.

Away from his usual practice, Rhys sits as a part-time tribunal chairman for the Residential Property Tribunal (Wales), dealing with long leasehold disputes. Rhys tweets at @rhystaylor32.
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