Our Services

Residential Property Services

Buying or selling a property can be a daunting experience. It is certainly to most people the biggest financial transaction they are likely to make. Let us take the stress out the process. We have the expertise to guide you through each stage of a Scottish conveyancing transaction. Our fees for a straightforward transaction are fixed at the outset whatever the value or price of the property. Any initial advice is free and we do not charge for submitting unsuccessful offers. Click here for a conveyancing quotation.

We can also assist you with remortgaging, council house purchases, shared equity and part exchange transactions, equity release, transfer of title, paying off/discharging your mortgage, notarisation of affidavits and advice on letting.

Commercial Property

We can offer advice on buying and selling all types of commercial property and the acquisition and sale of businesses large and small.

We also have a wide range of experience in drafting and advising on all aspects of commercial leases, sub leases and assignations.

For a quotation for all types of commercial work please call our Beljit Kaur Gill on 07891348810 or click here to contact us

Wills and executries



Making a Will is one way of ensuring that your estate will be distributed according to your wishes after death. If you own property it is extremely important that you leave proper instructions. We will work with you to prepare a Will which meets your individual needs and circumstances and reflects your wishes.

The cost of your Will can start from as little as £50.00 plus vat. We also offer a fixed rate for couple mirror Wills from £100.00 plus vat and we will store your Will free of charge.



The death of a loved one is never an easy time for the family. We can help with all aspects of winding up their estate efficiently and compassionately.

Powers of attorney

Have you ever wondered how your day to day affairs would be managed if you were unable to deal with them yourself through some form of physical or mental incapacity?

When you are no longer capable of dealing with your affairs if there is no Power of Attorney in place your financial and business affairs as well as decisions relating to your personal welfare can be impossible to manage.

We can provide you with advice on all aspects of Powers of Attorney under the Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000.

The time to grant a Power of Attorney is while you are fit and able.

We have flexible appointments and are always happy to carry out home/hospital visits when clients are unable to attend at our office.

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