Will Mercer

Partner

St Albans Office

T01727 845245
Ewilliam.mercer@taylorwalton.co.uk

Will Mercer is a Partner in the Family Department and works as a member of the team in the firm's St Albans office.

Will was initially educated at St Albans School and went on to study Law at the University of Sheffield. Following his graduation in 2007, Will returned to St Albans and completed his Legal Practice Course at the College of Law in London. Will joined Taylor Walton as a trainee in September 2009 after enjoying a successful placement on the firm's summer internship programme and subsequently joined the Family Department as a solicitor on his qualification in September 2011.

Will advises clients on all aspects of Family Law including divorce and dissolution of civil partnerships, financial arrangements on the breakdown of relationships, children matters, cohabitation issues and pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements.

 
 
 

What our clients say

"“I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for all the advice and help you have given me over the last four years - it’s been a difficult time, but your advice has always been excellent.  Your responses during my case were always quick, reassuring, and provided sound legal advice and I don’t think I could have got through the last few years without having you to call upon.”

 
 

What our clients say

“helpful in making a very difficult time easier" and "very positive without being confrontational'.

 
 

What our clients say

“I just wanted to thank you for all your help over the last few months. It was a very difficult, stressful period in my life but your support and clear, considered advice helped me enormously, as did your patience when having to explain things I hadn't understood. Thank you very much.”

 
 

What our clients say

“Thank you for all the work undertaken over the past 18 months. I appreciate it’s your job but you've provided an excellent service and I am sure we would not have got the result without your sound guidance and attention to detail.”