At Walker Laird we pride ourselves in our caring and personal approach to dealing with Executry cases. Our Executry department will attend to the formalities of obtaining Confirmation, in gathering the Estate, dealing with all tax matters and distributing the Estate in accordance with the Will of the deceased or in accordance with the Law of Intestate succession in Scotland, if the deceased did not leave a Will. Walker Laird also has experience in the administration of Trusts.

 


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Separating cohabiting couples – beware the 1 year rule

A recently decided case in the Court of Session emphasised the need for separating cohabiting couples to take legal advice if one party intends to make a claim for a capital sum against one the other. A key aspect of this case was the failure by the Pu …

Registers of Scotland: Latest House Price Index Report

The latest monthly House Price Index Report for Scotland has been published by the Registers of Scotland. This month’s edition gives us the average price of residential property across Scotland for August 2017 and the volume of sales for June 2017 (the …

Do you need a Shareholders Agreement?

Going into business with someone can be a little like going into a marriage – it’s fine if it’s all going well, but if problems develop the “divorce” can be terribly acrimonious and terribly expensive! If you are a shareholder in a private limited comp …