In this month's issue of The Journal, Caroline Pringle questions whether a welfare power of attorney is sufficient where a person lacking capacity does not agree with their care arrangements.
Land & Buildings Transaction Tax (Additional Amount – Second Homes Main Residence Relief (Scotland) Order 2017
Murray Beith Murray is delighted to announce several promotions across various departments.
In our Asset Protection Group team, Sophie Napier and Caroline Pringle are promoted to Associate and Fraser Scott is promoted to Senior Solicitor.
Sophie joined us six years ago from Murray Donald LLP. Caroline started as a trainee at the firm back in 2009 and Fraser joined us in 2015 from Innes Johnston.
In our Residential Property team, Ruth Montgomery is promoted to Senior Solicitor. Ruth joined almost four years ago from Leslie Deans.
Finally, in our Rural Property team, Nicola Roberts is promoted to Senior Solicitor. Nicola joined us in 2015 from Brodies LLP.
Please join us in congratulating all five on their promotions.
In this month’s edition of The Journal, our Partner Ruthven Gemmell is front and centre with regards to his new appointment as President of the CCBE. Leading Europe’s lawyers as Brexit starts to take shape, he speaks of the wider challenges he and the organisation face.
A short video interview can be watched here: bit.ly