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Fact v Fiction

As we enter the 2020s, there are still several myths surrounding Powers of Attorney and their operation.  No one intends to lose capacity, and no one intends to leave their affairs in the hands of another, but it is important to try to think one step ahead, and set out your wishes while you still can. 

Can your business survive a relationship breakdown?

Head of Corporate, parner Ross Gardner, is featured in the November edition of the Business Bulletin - published by Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce. 

Can your business survive after you?

Private Client partner, Jaclyn Russell, is featured in the October edition of the Business Bulletin - published by Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce. 

A leading role for technology?

Corporate and Energy partner, Malcolm Donald, is featured in the Offshore Europe September edition of the Business Bulletin - published by Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce. 

Welcome to A New Tax Year: 2019/2020 What You Need to Know

Have a read of our handy summary of everything you need to know about the changes coming in to play from 6 April 2019 and beyond.  Emma Boyle, our tax manager, and the private client team are on hand to guide you through how these changes may affect you and any planning that could be beneficial to optimise your tax position.

Recent publicity around the Supreme Court’s refusal to grant a divorce to a woman, who claimed to be ‘trapped in a loveless marriage’ to her husband of 40 years, has highlighted the differences in divorce law in England and Wales, compared with Scotland.                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

STEP Journal July 2018

Jaclyn Russell and Magnus Mackay survey the landscape of succession law and cohabitants' rights in Scotland and discuss the potential for reform.

As published within the STEP Journal 

Magnus Mackay and Jaclyn Russell survey the landscape of succession law and cohabitant’s rights in Scotland and discuss the potential for reform

The succession rights of married and unmarried couples were brought into sharp focus last year when the Court of Appeal in England and Wales handed down its judgement in the case of Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust & Others v Jacqueline Smith [2017] EWCA Civ 1916. With the Scottish Government considering significant reform of succession law, the present arrangements, proposals for change and the potential impact of the case are of significant interest to Scottish practitioners.

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