The latest Scottish legal news from Drummond Miller
Citizenship Fee

Citizenship fee for Children

The current Home Office fee for registering children as British citizens is £1012. Numerous children meet the requirements to register as British either through entitlement through birth in the UK... Read More >
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We can prove that we can sell your house fast

If you're keen to sell your home fast, our team should be your first choice - and we can prove why! At Drummond Miller, we're really proud of our track... Read More >
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Navigating relationship separation during the Christmas season

Christmas is a time for love, laughter and peace to all isn’t it? Unfortunately that is not always the reality for many families. Christmas can be a very stressful time... Read More >
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Claims Arising from Stillbirth

Around 1 in every 272 pregnancies in Scotland ends in stillbirth. Whilst most stillbirths occur despite best medical management, unfortunately, some occur as a result of medical negligence during pregnancy... Read More >
Sheriff Court Rules

Documentary Evidence Outweighs Oral Evidence in Consent Case

The recent Outer House judgement of Johnstone v NHS Grampian [2019] CSOH 90 is the latest post-Montgomery consent case decided in Scotland and provides a solemn reminder for pursuers of... Read More >
The Times 2020 List

Drummond Miller named in The Times Best Law Firms 2020 list

Drummond Miller is delighted to announce having been listed as one of the Best Law Firms 2020, commended for its knowledge and expertise in personal injury and clinical negligence, as... Read More >
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The Lifetime ISA

The Help to Buy ISA was introduced back in 2015 and was designed to assist first time buyers with saving for their deposit and getting their foot on the property... Read More >
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UK Ancestry - What is it in immigration law?

Our most recent blogs have tended to focus on BREXIT and so by way of a change we are going to look at UK Ancestry. It is worth considering this... Read More >

The right to respect for family life created during precarious immigration status

Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) protects the right to respect for a person’s private and family life. Unlike some human rights enshrined in the ECHR,... Read More >

Scottish Courts Get A Dressing Down

Scotland’s most senior judge, Lord Carloway, the Lord President, has recently decreed that judges and advocates no longer need to wear wigs or robes/gowns when appearing in civil business in... Read More >