Immigration: Home Office refusal to renew British passports

In the present and fast-changing world of immigration and nationality law, it is becoming evident that the HM Passport Office are refusing applications for renewal of passports by people who... Read More >

Litigation: Judicial Review

One of the areas that Drummond Miller specialises in is Judicial Review. In fact, over the recent past, this is an area where we have been receiving an increasing number... Read More >

Family Law: 'Twas The Night Before Christmas

What do you think about when it comes to Christmas? Crackers and Carols, or Contact? Christmas is usually a time for families and celebrations. Society today is filled with lots... Read More >

Promotions 5.12.13

We are delighted to announce two well deserved promotions within the firm on 1st December 2013. Lynne Stratford becomes a Partner specialising in Family Law and will be based in... Read More >

Estate Agency: Scotland's stamp duty

A bill allowing the Scottish Parliament to set and collect stamp duty from the sale of properties has been approved by MSP's. This is a move which could potentially reinvigorate... Read More >

Personal Injury: Employer's Liability for an Underwater Accident

We recently acted for a saturation diver who had been referred to us by his Trade Union. He was deep-sea diving with a colleague at an oil field in the... Read More >

Immigration: False Documents

The Home Office can refuse an application if there is a suspicion that an applicant is using false documents to accompany the application. Not only can the Home Office refuse... Read More >

Immigration news SH 27.11.13

We are proud to announce that Drummond Miller LLP was recently awarded 'BEST SOLICITORS FIRM' at the 2013 Annual African Achievement Awards Scotland, organised by The African Forum. Members of... Read More >

Personal Injury: The Personal Injury Time-bar - when is it too late to claim?

The Prescription and Limitation (Scotland) Act 1973 sets out the period within which someone must raise court proceedings for compensation relevant to an injury they have personally suffered or in... Read More >

Family Law: Where there's a Will... There's a Way

Under Scots law mere separation is not enough to defeat the rights of a spouse to inherit all or part of the estate of the other were the other to... Read More >