Rhys Taylor > Chambers of Ruth Henke QC > Cardiff, Wales > Lawyer Profile

Chambers of Ruth Henke QC
30 Park Place Chambers
CF10 3BS


Rhys’ practice focuses on matrimonial finance, cohabitee and inheritance disputes. His financial remedy practice frequently involves consideration of complex business and trust assets. He has a particular interest and specialism in dealing with disputes concerning the ownership of farms and estates. Rhys is an arbitrator, appointed under the Institute of Family Law Arbitrators’ scheme.

Providing a genuine expertise in both matrimonial and civil law proceedings, Rhys can offer composite advice and strategy for problems which do not fit neatly into either the ‘family’ or ‘civil’ law boxes.

Rhys has lectured extensively and published numerous scholarly articles and blogs, which address the interaction between family and civil law issues in the family property context. His contribution in this field has been noted, as he received the Jordans Family Law Awards 2015, ‘Family Law Commentator of the Year’ award. Rhys was jointly awarded the Jordans ‘Most Innovative Family Lawyer of the Year’ in 2012 for his work relating to family arbitration.


Call: 1996


  • Family Law Bar Association
  • Bar Council ADR Panel
  • Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
  • Affiliate member of Resolution


  • Reading University LLB (Hons) 1995


Family, bike, reading.

Lawyer Rankings

Regional Bar > Wales and Chester Circuit > Family and children law

Within: Leading Juniors -

Rhys Taylor

30 Park Place Chambers

Particularly notable for agriculture-related financial remedy work.