Is collaborative law the right option for you?

Is collaborative law the right option for you?

Watching court proceedings on TV, filled with tears, temper tantrums, and dramas are entertaining, but it’s best to avoid them in real life and try to resolve disputes without going to court. Given the sensitive and unpleasant topics that will be discussed, it is understandable that cups of tea and tissue boxes will frequently appear…

Why do I need a Will?

Why do I need a Will?

You can decide who will inherit what from your estate A Will is a legal document that takes effect once you die. Anyone in Scotland can write a Will from age 12. When you die everything you own, and all the debts you owe, are regarded as your ‘estate’. If you die without leaving a…

Thinking to relocate abroad with your children?

Thinking to relocate abroad with your children?

To move abroad with children may not be on anyone’s mind right now, but for parents who live abroad, returning to their “home country” from a new country after a marriage breakup may seem like the only option. However, adding a global component could make the already challenging decision of where and with whom to…

The Differences between Power of Attorney and Guardianships

The Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 governs both guardianship orders and powers of attorney, which are frequently misunderstood and used interchangeably in conversation. Despite serving the same general objective, each is tailored to a particular circumstance. It is crucial to comprehend the distinction if you are worried about your ability to make critical selections…

Why having a will (even a simple one) is better than dying without a will

Why having a will (even a simple one) is better than dying without a will

Why having a will (even a simple one) is better than dying without a will Making a will can seem difficult, and the temptation to put it off until “another day” may be great. There are numerous justifications offered for not drafting a will, many of them are founded on false presumptions or a failure…

Considerations for landlords when consenting to a sub-lease

Considerations for landlords when consenting to a sub-lease

Many firms have experienced transformation as a result of recent events. Some people have benefited from the transition and seen growth, which has prompted them to expand by purchasing larger facilities. Others need to reevaluate their footprint in an effort to downsize due to financial difficulties or changes in their working styles. The possibility of…

Education Law: Disability discrimination in schools; Are they failing to make reasonable adjustments?

Education Law: Disability discrimination in schools; Are they failing to make reasonable adjustments?

A person has a disability, according to the Equality Act 2010 advice for schools, if they have a physical or mental impairment that significantly and persistently limits their ability to carry out daily tasks. A school is thus prohibited from discriminating and being unlawful against a disabled student in any area, including admissions, instruction, exclusion,…