Taylor&Emmet announces trio of appointments

Taylor&Emmet announces trio of appointments

Sheffield’s Taylor&Emmet has welcomed a hat trick of new faces to its personal legal services team.

Solicitor, Brad Whitely, has joined the firm’s residential conveyancing team to handle all types of transactions from sales and acquisitions, to remortgages, right to buy and new build purchases. He was employed previously at Oxley and Coward in Rotherham.

Experienced conveyancer, Alison Clifton, has also joined the team after working in similar roles across the region for more than 20 years, most recently at Graysons Solicitors.

The third new recruit is Simon Eyre-Wood. He joins the probate department from Minster Law in York. He specialises in all wills, probate, tax and trust matters.

Sharna Poxon, Taylor&Emmet’s human resources manager, said: “Demand for our personal legal services is increasing rapidly and to ensure every client receives the individual care and attention for which we are renowned, it is essential we have the skilled personnel to handle new enquiries.

“Brad, Alison and Simon were all attracted to Taylor&Emmet by our excellent reputation and I have every confidence their expertise will ensure we continue to impress.”

PICTURE: Taylor&Emmet’s HR manager, Sharna Poxon (far right), welcomes (left to right) Alison Clifton, Simon Eyre-Wood and Brad Whiteley to the firm

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