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When it's not a case of 'thy will be done' | Gavin McEwan in The Scotsman

Three charities have won a case on appeal to secure the legacies they were entitled to under a deceased woman’s will.
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External factors key in exit strategies: Mike Kane in The Scotsman

The profile of family owned businesses in Scotland, at present, is such that a number of owners are at the point of having to make a decision about the future...
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Our Tax response to the UK 2017 Spring Budget

The Chancellor delivered the final Spring Budget and it is designed to be a Budget to put economic stability first following the political upheaval of the Brexit vote. Click here...
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Scottish landlord registration system now live

Registers of Scotland recently launched a new online platform for Scotland’s register of landlords. The system provides a service for landlords and anyone managing rental property on their behalf to...
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Making someone stay in an unhappy marriage smacks of old mores | Lindsey Ogilvie in The Scotsman

Following hot on the heels of a decision by the English courts to award a woman who lost the bulk of her divorce settlement by making poor financial decisions, larger...
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Focus on Brexit and Land Reform | Turcan Connell in The Press and Journal

More than 50 farmers and agri-professionals attended a specialist farming event to hear about the implications of land reform and Brexit on Scottish agriculture.
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Will divorce from EU affect your divorce? | Sally Nash and Mara Schmueckle in The Scotsman

The United Kingdom's monumental split from the European Union has implications for family lawyers, write Sally Nash and Mara Schmueckle. A clear theme of Theresa May’s Brexit speech on Tuesday...