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Latest News

Domestic Abuse Posted

Domestic Abuse  “Momentous” new Domestic Abuse Bill passed in Scotland MSP’s last week voted 118 to 1 in favour of passing the Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Bill, first brought before the Scottish Parliament by Justice Secretary, Michael Matheso…  Read more

Employment Tribunal fees – are you entitled to a refund?  Employment Tribunal fees – are you entitled to a refund?   Applications for the refund of Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal fees that were paid between 29th July 2013 and 26th July 2017 are currently open.   &n…  Read more

We're Moving! Posted

We're Moving!We’re Moving! We are pleased to announce that our Kirkcaldy office will be relocating on Monday, 22 January 2018.  Our move is well underway, as you'll see from our progress pics!   Our Kirkcaldy office will be closed from 1:00 pm on …  Read more

We're Hiring! - Family Law/Civil Litigation Assistant (1yr PQE preferred)Family Law/Civil Litigation Assistant Innes Johnston LLP have an exciting opportunity for a Solicitor in their court department. The role will involve advising on all aspects of family law, including child contact and divorce, as well as other areas of ci…  Read more

Resolutions Posted

ResolutionsTom Macaskill, Member, Innes Johnston LLP We all make New Year’s resolutions most of which we fail to keep and sad to say one of these which I myself make every year is to put an updated Will and Continuing/Welfare Power of Attorney in place unfort…  Read more

Latest News

Guardianship - When is a Guardian required? How do I apply to become a Guardian?

A guardian is needed when an Adult loses capacity and has no Power of Attorney in place. If your family member is affected, then you may be considering applying to be appointed as their guardian.

Calling all Landlords...Are you complying with new legislation?

Are Landlords aware of, and complying with, the new legislation introduced by the recent Private Housing (Tenancies) (Scotland) Act 2016? What change has this made to private residential tenancies and what is the effect on private landlords?