Rhys Taylor > The 36 Group > London, England > Lawyer Profile

The 36 Group
Gray's Inn, 4 Field Court
London
WC1R 5EF
England

Work Department

36 Family

Position

Rhys Taylor specialises in money and property disputes following family relationship breakdown.

In the field of financial remedies he has a noted and sought after specialism dealing with pensions on divorce. He is very well versed with cohabitant disputes or disputes involving third party rights in financial remedy cases. Rhys also has extensive experience dealing with complex assets, businesses and trust structures.

Rhys is both an IFLA appointed arbitrator and mediator. He also offers Early Neutral Evaluation (private FDRs) for both TOLATA and financial remedy disputes.

Rhys is a member of the Family Procedure Rule Committee. He has recently joined the editorial team of the Family Court Practice/Red Book as a contributor. He is also the editor of the Financial Remedies Journal (Class). He is a co-author of the third edition of “Pensions on Divorce: A Practitioner’s Handbook” (fourth edition due 2023) and a member of the Pension Advisory Group. Rhys lectures on his areas of interest, including at the Judicial College on the subject of pensions on divorce.

Career

Call 1996

Memberships

  • Family Procedure Rule Committee
  • FLBA
  • Pension Advisory Group
  • Chancery Bar Association
  • Bar Council ADR panel
  • Resolution

Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > Family (including divorce and financial remedy)

(Leading Juniors)Ranked: Tier 3

Rhys TaylorThe 36 Group ‘Rhys is an excellent barrister and he has a fabulous way of getting his client’s case across to the judge. He is full of knowledge and always has the relevant cases to hand to support his legal arguments.’

The 36 Group is ‘a brilliant set with undoubtedly high quality throughout the set from the juniors to the seniors’. Andrzej Bojarski is ‘detailed, meticulous, and a brilliant barrister who cuts through complex issues quickly’ and has extensive experience in handling family finance and related Chancery matters. Niki Langridge is praised for her ‘creative and tenacious advocacy, incredible attention to detail, and encyclopedic knowledge’ and handles cases involving complex factual or legal elements, business assets, and third-party interests. Christopher Carr is ‘a creative strategic thinker who focuses on delivering a solution in complex and demanding circumstances’ and specialises in family finance cases, mostly in the Central Family Court. ‘Brilliant tactician’ Rhys Taylor has ‘first-class knowledge of the law’ and is regularly instructed in high-value cases involving complex company and trust structures, often with international elements.