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What to expect from the small claims (simple procedure) court?

If you are considering raising an action in the simple procedure court, formerly the small claims court, it is always best to get legal advice. Whilst self-representation is available, it is not advisable as the court procedure and rules can lead to confusion and ultimately hinder the claim. 

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Buying a property as a cohabiting couple in Scotland

Are you and your partner interested in buying property together, but you don’t know where to start? You may have a range of options available as an unmarried couple and undoubtedly want to carefully consider which one would be best. In this article, we look at the different types of joint ownership in Scotland, and the benefits of having a cohabitation agreement and Will. Our experienced conveyancing solicitors can offer advice specifically tailored to your circumstances. Contact our approachable team today.

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Will writing for new parents

Whether you already have a Will and need to update it following the birth of a child, or need a Will because you haven't yet made one and have just become a parent, having a Will is very important to safeguard your child's future should the worst happen. In your Will, you may decide to appoint guardians in the event of your death, leave Trust funds, and appoint people who will look after finances while your child is young. 

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How Will Divorce Affect Me Financially?

If your marriage has broken down, you are bound to be concerned about how this will impact your finances. Our divorce solicitors are here to help. We will listen to your concerns and provide practical advice on how to protect your long-term financial position.

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Parental rights as a grandparent or stepparent in Scotland

There may come a time when as a grandparent or stepparent, you need to know more about your legal rights because of fractious relationships in your family. If you are unsure of your legal rights as a grandparent or stepparent, it is important to seek legal advice so you are clear on what you can and cannot do. 

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