Grant specialises in family law and. primarily based in our Inverness office, services clients across the North of Scotland, including our Moray and Thurso offices.
He has experience in all aspects of family law. He has a particular interest in cases involving separations between spouses or cohabitees which involve pension or business interests. Grant’s experience includes:
- Separation and Divorce
- Division of Matrimonial Property and Financial Provision
- Separation Agreements
- Cohabitation disputes & Cohabitation Agreements
- Pre & Post Nuptial Agreements
- Actions involving children regarding Residence, Contact, Relocation
- Parental Rights and Responsibilities
- Domestic Abuse
- Protective Remedies
As a Collaborative Lawyer, Grant is able to offer an alternative form of dispute resolution working alongside other professionals to assist his clients resolving their differences with limited conflict and dignity. Collaborative Practice encourages individuals to identify their aims and actively participate in a positive outcome of their case.
In cases where circumstances dictate and Court action is necessary, Grant is an effective litigator. He has experience in appearing in Sheriff Courts throughout the North of Scotland and also working on cases in the Court of Session alongside Counsel.
Grant is a National Committee member for Consensus Collaboration Scotland with the aim of promoting Collaborative Practice throughout Scotland. He is also a member of the Family Law Association, volunteers with Relationships Scotland via Family Mediation Highland, and has previously volunteered with the Citizens Advice Bureau.
Grant has previously been shortlisted for the ‘Rising Star of the Year’ award at the Scottish Legal Awards.
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