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Will writing Lanarkshire Law Practice provides a wide variety of legal services including Family Law, Transfer, Wills and Estates, and Attorney’s Powers. We have a wealth of experience in these fields that we have acquired over 55 years of practice. Our primary concern is to efficiently and consistently satisfy your legal needs and to achieve the best possible outcome for you.

Conveyancing service in Lanarkshire 

Conveyance is the transfer of legal property title between two or more parties. Lawyers Lanarkshire Law Practice provides you with professional conveyance services. So if you need assistance in buying / selling or letting / renting a property or in connection with a mortgage, please do not hesitate to contact us.

We know that buying and selling their home for most people is one of the most important legal transactions they can make, and it can be a stressful time as well. We’re aiming to help you manage this. We have the experience to direct you from obtaining and sending a bid as of the date of entry, quickly and seamlessly, through your selling and purchase.

Whether you’re a first-time buyer or moving after several years, we understand you might have questions about the process. We’re going to take the time with you to go through this and answer any questions you might have.

Family law

If you’ve been looking for a family lawyer in and around Lanarkshire and in lawyers Motherwell too, look no further, Lanarkshire Law Practice is a leading name in divorce, cohabitation, civil partnerships, and Lanarkshire separation matters. Our highly experienced family lawyers are highly respected. You should rest assured that we are going to work to ensure the best outcome for you.

Coexistence.  

In 2006, in the event of their death or separation, parties who chose to live together and not marry were given certain legal rights in relation to the estate of the other. Monetary obligation statements must be submitted within one year of the separation date. If a cohabitant dies without having made a will, their surviving spouse will claim to pay a capital sum or inherit the property from the estate of the deceased. Such an allegation must be made within six months from the date of death.

Divorce / Civil Partnership Dissolution Marriage.

Civil partnership may be dissolved on the basis that there has been an irretrievable breakdown in the relationship; this can be formed in one of four ways; adultery, unreasonable behavior, two years of separation and one year of separation with the consent of the other party. There is a simpler system where children under the age of 16 are not present and there are no unresolved financial problems. Financial issues must be resolved before any claims against the assets of the other party are lost to divorce or dissolution of a civil partnership.

Separation from each other.  

The law governing the financial issues arising from their separation when a married couple is separated in Scotland is the 1985 Family Law (Scotland) Act. This Act provides that a fair share of the net value of the matrimonial property should be obtained by each party on the date they separated. Here at lawyers Lanarkshire Law, we have considerable experience in negotiating on behalf of clients in various financial conditions the terms of the Separation Agreements and in will writing Lanarkshire. In every step of the process, we give practical advice and guidance.