Alix Storrie and Chris Sheldon discuss the recent changes to inheritance tax including the main residence nil rate band.
Antonia Scott and Laura Sinclair discuss the contrasts in property law between Scotland and England & Wales.
Paul Macaulay discusses the succession planning services provided by Turcan Connell's Family Business team.
Charities that operate in more than one legal jurisdiction can face risks if they fail to meet what is expected of them by multiple regulators.
Providing an overview and insight into Digital Assets, recent changes to social media outlooks and how your digital legacy can be passed on in your Will.
Andrew Fairlie discusses increased use of renewables in the farming sector and the issues that they may face with the growth of Biomass and Anaerobic Digestion (AD) plants.
Investment by companies in Scotland, held back in recent months by uncertainty over the independence referendum, is likely to increase again in the final months of the year, according to Chief Investment Officer Amitav Gosht.
Grierson Dunlop and Sarah-Jane Laing discuss the implications for landowners following the publication of the Land Reform (Scotland) Bill 2015.
Gillian Crandles and George Martineau look at the 2015 pensions changes and the positive effect this may have on divorce and other family law related situations.
With a year of elections and a possible referendum, charities as campaigning organisations are going to possibly want to air some views in relation to this.
A look at the effects of a recent case in employee holiday pay and the levels at which an employer can protect themselves against any future claims.
Grierson Dunlop discusses the pertinent issue of Land Reform and the prospect of radical Reform in Scotland.
Tax and Succession Partner, Alexander Garden, discusses impending Scottish taxes and Smith Commission devolution proposals
Partner, Peter Littlefield outlines 3 scenarios for contesting a will and discusses the process behind disputing a Will.
Senior Partner, Douglas Connell, talks about the 2014 Scottish Independence Referendum and explains what it means for you. Douglas Connell discusses various scenarios and covers taxation (especially capital taxation) in particular.
Donald Simpson advises people returning to the UK after living abroad, highlighting key areas that should be considered.
Problems that commonly arise when challenging a will are discussed by Paul Forrester and Lynn Richmond.
The death of a family member or partner is a challenging time for those left behind, and disputing a Will is an additional difficulty that no one wants to face.
Joint Senior Partner, Douglas Connell discusses Turcan Connell's 15 year journey and his vision for the future.
Alasdair Loudon and Gillian Crandles discuss divorce, cohabitation, child-related issues and prenuptial and post nuptial agreements.
Simon Mackintosh, Partner and Head of Charities, and Richard Hyder, Head of Charity Investment, come together to discuss philanthropy and how one can give to charity in a tax-efficient manner.
David Welsh discusses Income Tax and the abolition of Stamp Duty Land Tax in Scotland in the face of the 2014 Independence Referendum. For more information on the referendum please visit our 2014 Scottish Independence Referendum section on the site.
Turcan Connell's Director of Tax Services, Ian McGowan discusses the tax implications of the 2013 Budget.
Simon Mackintosh and Gavin McEwan discuss the issues and requirements for governance in the charity sector.
Lisa Naylor discusses construction law, regulatory changes and the relationship between construction law and renewables projects.
Land and Property Partner, Adam Gillingham and Don Macleod discuss how the development of croft land differs from the development of non croft land and informs on the Land Court process.
Douglas Connell, Joint Senior Partner at Turcan Connell, discusses potential implications of the Scottish Independence Referendum and the professional advice the firm can provide.
Partner, Grierson Dunlop and Trainee, Simon Mayberry discuss the structure of a Turcan Connell traineeship and the career path a trainee can undertake.