Family Lawyers In Scotland

  • Divorce & Family Lawyers Scotland
  • Accredited Family Law Specialists
  • Award Winning Family Team
  • Transparent & Competitive Rates
  • Offices Across Scotland

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Expert Family Lawyers in Scotland

Our family lawyers in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness, Thurso, Elgin and Shetland, but covering the whole of Scotland, have expertise in all areas of family law and will help you through a difficult time with sensitivity and objectivity. We are recognised in the UK's leading independent legal directories, Chambers UK Guide to the Legal Profession and The Legal 500, where our team is recognised as having "Recommended Lawyers" and "Leaders in the Field".

Family issues such as Divorce and separation can have a huge impact on both yours and your family's lives and you will understandably want to know the financial and practical consequences of any decisions you are considering making.

When working with our family lawyers, many people are surprised to hear there are more options available than they originally thought. The options available range from litigation and arbitration to negotiation, mediation and collaboration. We will discuss matters with you and decide upon the appropriate way of solving your problems. Whether it is about the welfare of your children and the status of the matrimonial home, the impact on a business that's jointly or individually owned, or your financial situation, we will help you through a difficult time and allow you to progress with your life. 

The best advice at an emotionally difficult time

For more information on our family law services call our offices for free or complete our simple online form, for an initial discussion or to request a callback. 

Family dynamics during a Pandemic

The dynamics at play in relationships can be responsible for the breakdown of a relationship but also impact upon how the process of separation and divorce unfolds. Our Head of Family Law, Amanda Masson, explores these topics in conversation with Myra Eadie, family therapist.