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 >

Immigration: Court of Appeal decision in MF (Nigeria) v SSHD [2013] EWCA Civ 1192 - Appeal Dismissed

One of our previous blogs (link to blog: /news/2013/02/immigration-blog-20213/) looked at the changes to the Immigration Rules made by the Government in July 2012 and their view that only in... Read More >

Family Law: International Child Abduction

The phrase 'international child abduction' may conjure up images of the reporting of the disappearance of Madeline McCann. The reality, however, is that parents may find themselves dealing with the... Read More >