• Family Law Planning

    Our experienced family lawyers can help you to plan for a rainy day

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Protecting your Family

Giving you peace of mind

Our experienced Family Law team can provide you with advice on how to put in place legally binding plans for your family, to protect your rights and assets and the wellbeing of those most important to you. Please get in touch with any family law questions you may have, or for a general discussion on family law planning, and the steps you could take now to avoid complex family law issues in the future.

Expert

Expert

Specialists in Scottish Family Law

Expert

Expert

Specialists in Scottish Family Law

Affordable

Affordable

Free Initial Consultation. Fair and Transparent Fees

Affordable

Affordable

Free Initial Consultation. Fair and Transparent Fees

Family Focussed

Family Focussed

The Best Outcome for Your Family

Family Focussed

Family Focussed

The Best Outcome for Your Family

Plan for the Worst

Plan for the Worst

So you don't need to worry

Unfortunately, many people only come into contact with a solicitor when something has gone badly wrong. Our family law services allow you to make plans when you are healthy and happy.

Having legally binding plans in place can significantly reduce the stress for all involved in the event of a relationship breakdown, incapacity, or death.  Our experienced family lawyers can offer a free initial consultation and when we understand your circumstances, we can advise on your family law planning options.

  • Planning for Incapacity

    Planning for Incapacity

    A Power of Attorney allows you to appoint one or more trusted individuals to act on your behalf, should you be unable to do so. A Guardianship allows the Guardian to make decisions for a child under 16, or an adult with incapacity. 

    Powers of Attorney

    Guardianship

  • Relationship Breakdown

    Relationship Breakdown

    Whilst it may be uncomfortable to talk about separating, it is a reality for many couples. A pre- or post-nuptial agreement, or a cohabitation agreement for an unmarried couple, ensures that an agreement is formed at a time when the couple is still able to cooperate, potentially saving a lot of time and money.

    Pre Nuptial Agreements

    Post Nuptial Agreements

    Cohabitation Agreements

  • Death / Bereavement

    Death / Bereavement

    A well-drafted, valid Will reduces stress for loved ones during the difficult time after your passing. Likewise, appointing a guardian for any children under 16, or adults with incapacity ensures that they are protected in the event of your death.

    Wills

    Guardianship

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    Cumbernauld Rd, Stepps,
    Glasgow, G33 6HZ

Tel:  0141 478 9090