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; employment 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.
Keeping it in the family
We are delighted to be speaking at a seminar on planning confidently for later life.
5 October Notification Deadline
Where an individual has a requirement to submit a self-assessment tax return, but no return has been issued, they need to notify HM Revenue & Customs and register for self-assessment.
Legal Secretary vacancy
We are seeking to appoint an experienced Legal Secretary to provide cover during a maternity leave period from November 2014 to August 2015. This is a full-time role.
Holiday Pay Ruling
On Tuesday this week, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) ruled on three test cases against engineering company AMEC, industrial services firm Hertel and maintenance company Bear Scotland.
Second Families, Step-Children and Succession
It has been estimated by the Scottish Consumer Council that “reconstituted families” (i.e. those including a spouse who has had a previous marriage and/or step-children) are now the norm in the UK. Such complex family circumstances need to be carefully addressed in Wills or perceived unfairness can easily arise.
The most recent Employment Tribunal statistics were published earlier this month and a discernible, but perhaps not altogether unsurprising, trend is emerging: claim numbers have continued to fall since the introduction of the fee regime in July 2013.