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10 January 2020James & George Collie
Five FAQ’s about Divorce in Scotland The breakdown of a marriage, civil partnership or a relationship where two people simply live together, is extremely stressful…

10 December 2019James & George Collie
In Scotland, the law tells us who will inherit your estate when you die without making a Will.  This can give rise to your assets…

08 November 2019James & George Collie
  Buying your first home can be a daunting prospect, but this needn't be the case. Here, our conveyancing solicitors offer professional guidance on some…

08 November 2019James & George Collie
  When an invoice is overdue, it can be challenging to determine the appropriate steps to retrieve the outstanding amount. Sending repetitive letters or having…

08 October 2019James & George Collie
Litigation is becoming more of an issue for those in the commercial sector, given the current economic climate. Many sectors are seeing rises in the number…

08 October 2019James & George Collie
If you are planning on buying a house, there are a massive range of options. One of those is whether to buy a new build…

06 September 2019James & George Collie
Finding yourself in a property chain can present a range of problems when you're looking to move. Ideally, you would be able to sell…

07 August 2019James & George Collie
The Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (Amendment) (Scotland) Act 2016 (containing Additional Dwelling Supplement or "ADS" provisions) came into effect on 1 April 2016, adding…

01 August 2019James & George Collie
If you fall behind with certain financial liabilities, such as council tax or other taxes collected by Revenue Scotland, there are procedures in place that…