COVID-19 Update: 

We would like to reassure all current and prospective clients that Drummond Miller remains open for business. We are available to schedule telephone and video appointments in order to service our clients. 

Drummond Miller has a branch office in Musselburgh offering specialist services in Conveyancing, Lettings, Family Law and Private Client Law.

Our Musselburgh team have a wealth of experience in helping you let or sell your property, deal with a breakdown in marriage or making a will.

Drummond Miller is committed to a high level of service. We listen to our clients and ensure we take the best appropriate action to meet their needs.

To speak to a property expert or solicitor, call us on 0131 665 7393, or send us an email at or the legal team at

 Drummond Miller are pleased to announce the further expansion of our conveyancing team in Musselburgh and Dalkeith and are delighted to welcome both Pam Duncan and Emma Fleming. Pam Duncan joins our team as a partner with decades of experience in the East Lothian and Midlothian property markets and is now based in our Musselburgh High Street office. Emma Fleming is an experienced conveyancing paralegal primarily based in our Dalkeith office. Both our Musselburgh and Dalkeith offices offer a complete service in terms of buying and selling properties, estate agency and lettings. A wide range of other legal services is also available including Family law, Wills, Powers of Attorney, and executries.

Musselburgh property


151 High Street
EH21 7DD
Opening Hours:
Monday - Thursday 9am-5pm (Closed for lunch 1pm-2pm)
Friday 9am-4:30pm (Closed for lunch 1pm-1.30pm)
Tel: 0131 665 7393
Fax: 0131 665 4249
Our Musselburgh office is situated in the town centre on High St, a twenty-minute walk from Musselburgh train station or easily accessible by taking a number of buses.
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