Grant provides family law services across the Highlands and Islands of Scotland.
Grant was promoted to Associate in April 2017. Given the geographic scale of the Highlands, Grant has been working on the use of technology and marketing to reach more rural areas to meet client demand.
He provides advice on all aspects of family law, most commonly involving separation and divorce, financial provision, child maintenance, cohabitation, pre & post nuptial agreements, cohabitation agreements, residence, contact, relocation, adoption and protective remedies.
He firmly believes that it can be advantageous for individuals to resolve their disputes without the use of litigation in the first instance. In June 2017, he became a qualified Collaborative Lawyer and member of International Academy of Collaborative Practitioners. This allowed Grant to promote the firm’s ability to offer alternative forms of dispute resolution to clients.
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. He has particular interests and expertise in separations involving complex financial issues such as business and pension interests.