Welcome to Murray Beith Murray
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; commercial property 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.
We are continuing to develop our tax department by welcoming our newly appointed Tax Manager Kerry MacBeth.
Murray Beith Murray is delighted to announce several promotions across various departments.
Changes will make young heirs a little wealthier
There is nothing as certain as death and taxes. In the same context, 2017 has prompted a report by the Institute for Fiscal Studies on inheritances and inequality across and within generations.
Laura Brown - Spring Budget 2017 Summary
Personal Allowance – The government reaffirmed its commitment to raise the personal allowance to £12,500 which has been confirmed with the personal allowance increasing to £11,500 from April 2017.
Peter Shand: Changes will make young heirs a little wealtheir
“There is nothing as certain as death and taxes.” Or to put a modern spin on it, “none of us is getting out of here alive, so make sure to pay the right tax bill, when you leave”.
Joe Davies: No exceptions for Bonds of Caution
In my previous blog I explained the changes to Bonds of Caution, following the Succession (Scotland) Act 2016. In this blog I describe a recent example being applied.