Immigration: Immigration Act 2014 – what’s in it for me?

This Act was approved by Parliament on 14th May 2014, but as yet the provisions are not in force.  Over the next few weeks members of the Immigration Team at... Read More >

Family Law: Pre-Nups – Where Do I stand?

There has been much in the news over recent months about the advent of prenuptial agreements in England. In England it has been a long standing view that such agreements... Read More >

Litigation: Duty of Care

We are currently acting for the family of the late Rosina Sutherland.  This is a particularly tragic case.  Rosina, who was elderly, was raped and murdered by a man called... Read More >

Litigation: Contributory Negligence – An Update

My colleagues have previously written articles about the hard line approach taken by judges in the Court of Session recently in cases where contributory negligence has been an issue.  This... Read More >

Immigration: Adopting a child from another country – An overview

This blog will give a brief overview of intercountry adoption.  However, please be aware that there many complex procedures and processes involved here therefore we advise that you speak with... Read More >

Immigration : Overstaying- know the meaning and its implications

Meaning of overstaying One of the most important definitions in immigration law is "overstayer".  Although, it's a term used in every day language, it is also a term of art... Read More >