The Scottish Government has been considering possible changes to Scottish Succession Law for a number of years and recently published an important update to their intentions.
Ruthven Gemmell has been awarded the Austrian Grand Decoration of Honour for Services to the Republic of Austria, one of the nation’s highest honours.
Murray Beith Murray is delighted to be, once again, recommended in the ‘Legal 500 UK’ rankings - the leading guide to law firms in the UK, which is independently revised and updated each year.
Murray Beith Murray Associate, Caroline Pringle, expands on her recent blog in The Scotsman today and considers if those with international interests can rely on their Powers of Attorney to be recognised abroad. Read the full article below:
According to recent figures from the Ministry of Justice Family Court, the number of parental orders in the UK – the transferring of legal rights from the surrogate mother to the intended parents – has almost trebled. The statistics highlight an increasing number of children being born through surrogacy, with 331 parental orders being granted last year compared with only 117 in 2011.