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Coronavirus update: business as usual

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We are still open throughout the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. 

Family law is still a vital aspect of many of our lives, and the courts will still handle urgent business. The Courts have stated that that urgent business includes: 

  • New applications for child protection orders
  • Interim interdicts
  • child referral appeals
  • urgent adoptions
  • urgent interim residence or contact applications 
  • and urgent applications in relation to Adults with Incapacity.

This means many cases can still proceed through court including urgent disputes regarding the living arrangements of children, social work cases and more. 

Many cases can be progressed as normal outside of court.  In particular, separation and divorce matters can often be finalised without any court intervention whatsoever.

Since our founding we have operated a paperless way of working.  We are able to progress the cases of new and existing clients remotely during these unprecedented times.  We can receive documents via email, WhatsApp and more.  We can offer appointments by telephone, FaceTime, Skype, WhatsApp or Zoom. 

Please contact our office on 0141 404 6575  to arrange an appointment to discuss the best approach for your case.

 

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There were more than 34,500 first-time buyers in Scotland in 2018; an increase of 56 per cent from the 22,100 recorded a decade ago, according to the latest figures. Up 13 per cent from 2008, first-time buyers now account for 50 per cent of all house purchases with a mortgage, the Bank of Scotland statistics conclude.

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Scottish annual house prices suffer first drop since 2016

The latest UK House Price Index (HPI) reveals that the average Scottish property price in February 2019 was £145,762 – a monthly fall of 3.1 per cent and a drop of 0.2 per cent on the same month in 2018; the first annual decrease in average property prices since March 2016.

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Humanist marriages are 4 times less likely to end in divorce than civil ceremonies

Scottish couples who tie the knot in a non-religious ceremony are more likely to stay together than those who wed in Church of Scotland, Roman Catholic or civil ceremonies, new figures suggest.

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