Murray Beith Murray

Welcome to Murray Beith Murray

Edinburgh firm of solicitors, Murray Beith Murray, is one of Scotland’s leading private client law firms. For over 160 years we have specialised in meeting the legal, financial and administrative needs of individuals and families, family trusts, charities and private companies.

Our aim is to provide first-rate independent advice and assist our clients in the protection and preservation of their assets. We take time to understand our clients’ circumstances and family relationships so that they make the best possible decisions for present and future generations. Our services include wills; powers of attorney; trusts; tax planning; executries; personal tax; trust administration & financial management; residential property and estate agency; rural property and countryside matters; and litigation.

Our approach to client service is friendly and responsive, and we operate with the highest standards of integrity and professional expertise.

Whether you are an existing client of the firm, or looking to find out more about our services, we hope that you find this website useful. Please contact us if you would like to discuss how we can help you.

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Latest News

Wills made electronically are not valid - yet

Our lives are becoming increasingly “digitalised” and “paperless”. The majority of us now do all of our banking online and cheques are becoming a thing of the past.

Senior appointment in private client team

Murray Beith Murray are pleased to announce the appointment of Susan Mendelssohn as an Associate within the firm.

Latest Blog

Party Politics

With the General Election looming heavy on the horizon, the main parties have now all issued their manifestos. These serve to guide us, the electorate, as to the changes they may make if they are put into power after May 7th and how they will govern the country thereafter.

Update regarding Public Registries of Trusts

In June last year, I posted a Blog regarding European Parliament proposals under draft anti-money laundering rules for public registries of trusts. The terms of the EU’s Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive were finally agreed at the end of 2014 and the good news is that these are much less far reaching than previous drafts of the Directive.