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Taylor&Emmet Solicitor Becomes Resolution Specialist

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Family law solicitor Elizabeth Cassidy has become a Resolution Specialist, receiving national recognition for her skills and commitment to resolving disputes without court intervention. She is the only solicitor in Sheffield to qualify in the latest round of accreditation.

Elizabeth deals with family law matters ranging from separation, divorce and property disputes to issues relating to children and domestic abuse. Micheala Heathcote, Taylor&Emmet's head of family law, said: ‘Having endorsement from a nationally recognised body highlights an individual's breadth of experience and demonstrates the high standards and expectations we have of our team.'

Taylor&Emmet provide Yorkshire-wide mediation services via Hallam Mediation. For more information please visit www.tayloremmet.co.uk.

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