Our telephone lines will generally be available 9 – 5.00pm or you can email us at email@example.com and we will get back to you as soon as we can. Please note that during client appointments and remote court hearings our phones may be diverted to voicemail. Appointments usually take place in our Aviemore office but we can also offer video appointments.
Commercial and domestic building and construction disputes, enforcement of contractual obligations, strategic advice on contractual terms.
Ownership claims, encroachments, access and servitude rights, boundaries, commercial and residential leases.
Contracts of employment, termination of employment matters, grievance and disciplinary procedures, redundancy, discrimination and settlement agreements.
Separation and divorce, financial provision, child contact, residence and cohabitants claims on separation.
Strategic advice on Directors responsibilities and shareholder rights. Petition to restore companies to Registers. Petition to wind up companies (e.g. where unfair prejudice to minority shareholders).
Advising, presenting and defending petitions for personal bankruptcy and company insolvency. Company winding up notices. Recall of Sequestration.
Both straightforward and complex debt recovery actions for individuals and businesses.
Pursuing and defending claims under consumer protection legislation.
High value cases against solicitors, architects and surveyors.
Executry, Power of Attorney and Trust
Strategic advice on administration of duties of executors, attorneys and trustees. Exceptionally, court proceedings where necessary.
Road traffic accidents, accidents at work and medical negligence claims including fatal and serious accidents.
Notary Public Services
Authenticating signatures and administrating oaths for various papers such as simplified divorce proceedings and passport applications.
Inheritance laws in Scotland are unique to other parts of the UK. Creating a will provides peace of mind and clarity to yourself and those who are left behind. We will assist in creating a will that is tailored to your wishes as well as advising on succession.
Power of Attorney
A Power of Attorney allows you to nominate someone to assist to act on your behalf in the event of incapacity. A Power of Attorney can allow the appointed person to make both financial and personal welfare decisions. We will assist in providing advice, preparation of all papers and the registration process.