Acting for generations upon generations of clients

Walker Laird celebrated its bicentenary during 2015 making us one of Scotland’s oldest legal firms. The firm has acted for generation after generation of clients in Renfrewshire and across the length and breadth of Scotland. We hold many thousands of Wills, Title deeds and other important documents for our clients who trust us to deliver a first class service to them and to their family.

A relationship built on trust

The relationship with our clients is built upon trust. We want to get to know our clients and we want our clients to get to know us. It is important that we deliver legal advice to suit the client’s needs and which is tailored not just to satisfying your immediate requirements but also ensuring long term planning of your affairs.

Delivering a bespoke service

It is important that you feel comfortable with the service provided by the firm and fully understand the advice offered. We will offer to meet with you in the environment best suited to you – in one of our offices where we have ground floor interview rooms with disabled access, in your home or at your place of work. We can meet with you during normal business hours or in the evenings or at weekends at a time to suit you and your family or colleagues.

Range of services

The firm is made up of a number of specialist departments which individually deliver legal advice in a particular area of the law, but collectively offer a joined up service to our private and business clients. Our departments will seamlessly join together to deliver a whole range of services to satisfy the needs of a particular client.


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