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Brexit: An Update for EU Citizens Posted

Brexit: An Update for EU CitizensBrexit: An update for EU Citizens - Innes Johnston, Solicitors, Fife are here to help you through the transition period while the UK departs the EU. If you need advice on how to apply for settled status through the settlement scheme please contact us. Read more

ADS - Is your property purchase eligible for tax?Purchasing investment property in Scotland generally attracts ADS tax, but there may be relief or the possibility of a refund depending on your circumstances. Innes Johnston's conveyancing staff are trained to assist you with your tax implications. Read more

Immigration - Entry Clearance Posted

Immigration - Entry Clearance  Immigration - Entry Clearance – Fiancé(e) Visa Meeting someone on holiday, or online, when they live abroad can mean the potential for a long-distance relationship. However, at some point relationships develop, marriage becomes a possi…  Read more

Landlord Registration Posted

Landlord RegistrationIf you are a landlord in Scotland, you are required to be registered with the local authority. We can assist Landlords with the registration process and guide them through setting up their tenancy properly and lawfully. Read more

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. Read more

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Contact | Residence of Children | Court Actions

  Child Contact Court Actions and Child Welfare Hearings What happens if you have to go to court in relation to your children? There are many reasons why you may need to raise a court action or go to court in relation to your children. Where parent ...

Who has Parental Rights and Responsibilities for children?

Contact (access) and residence (custody) of children is obtained by parents with parental rights and responsibilities. How do you know if you have them and if not, how can you apply for them?