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Taylor Chanter

Position: Solicitor
Offices: Viaduct House, Carlisle
Areas: Personal Law, Family Law
Taylor Chanter

Taylor is a solicitor working within our Family department.

Taylor has experience in dealing with all aspects of family law including the financial consequences of divorce and separation, cohabitation and issues involving children. Taylor has a particular interest in children cases involving parental alienation.

Taylor is a member of Resolution, a group of family lawyers, and other professionals, with the aim of promoting a non-confrontational approach to resolving family disputes. Taylor’s approach is to encourage solutions that consider the needs of the whole family – and in particular the best interests of children at such a sensitive time.

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"Understood what I wanted done, good level of communication and no hidden costs.  Thank you for dealing with this in a timely and professional manner."


"During a difficult time, I always felt supported and kept up to date. I appreciated Taylor being approachable and supportive.  Friendly staff, always offered me a hot drink. Honest, realistic advice. Felt very supported on the day of the hearing."

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Moving in together? Some things to consider …

April 16th 2020

Taylor Chanter Solicitor in our Family team sets out some points to consider when moving in together. Covid-19 has presented a lot of those partners in a non-cohabiting relationship with a big decision to make in respect of whether or not they should move in together.  With the current lockdown…

Work experience led graduate to achieve her dreams with top legal firm

May 1st 2020

A HISTORY graduate has achieved her dream of qualifying as a solicitor at a leading legal firm after being inspired by her time with the company while on work experience. Taylor Chanter 27, was determined to land a job at Cartmell Shepherd Solicitors following a brief internship with the firm…

Judge ‘was wrong’ to prevent grandparents adopting 3-year-old

August 11th 2020

By Taylor Chanter Solicitor in our Family Law team. The Court of Appeal has ruled that a judge was wrong to prevent two grandparents adopting their 3-year-old grandson. The court heard that the child’s mother suffered from mental health problems. She had a long history of drug abuse and had…

Children to be removed from their mother and returned to father ...

March 17th 2021

The Family Court has ordered that two children who were wrongfully removed from Italy by their mother must be returned to their father in Rome. This is a timely reminder that children cannot be removed from a country where they are habitually resident without the consent of both parents. Many…

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