Nina Taylor > Lindsays > Edinburgh, Scotland > Lawyer Profile
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Nina is principally based in the Edinburgh office advising on a wide range of family law issues, although she regularly travels to Lindsays’ offices in North Berwick, Dundee and Glasgow to meet with clients. With more than 24 years’ experience as a qualified solicitor, Nina is dual accredited by the Law Society of Scotland as a Specialist in both Family law and Child law. She has extensive court experience in both the Sheriff Court and Court of Session. Nina also acts for clients in drafting a variety of Agreements, including Cohabitation and both Pre- and Post-Nuptial Agreements. She is a trained collaborative lawyer.
An enrolled solicitor since 1991, Nina joined Lindsays in 2013 as an Associate, before being promoted to partner in 2016.
Family Law Association, Consensus, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals
Lindsays handle cases concerning complex financial provision, child residency, cohabitation agreements, pre- and post-nuptial agreements, and Hague convention child abduction matters, using alternative dispute resolution methods to resolve tricky cases. Alison McKee heads up the practice from Glasgow, and in addition to her primary practice in divorce and residency cases, has practical experience of surrogacy disputes. Nina Taylor has a record of work on cases involving allegations of domestic abuse, sexual abuse and child abuse. Jennifer Gallagher, who is chair of the Family Law Association, and Duncan Mackinnon focus on safeguarding issues and cases involving vulnerable children.
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