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From buying your first home to retirement planning, you can rely on Thorntons solicitors for expert understanding, legal advice and support every step of the way.
As one of Scotland’s largest full service legal and property firms, we have all the legal services you and your family need in one place, with the ability to draw on our legal specialists across the firm to deliver the right comprehensive solution for you and your circumstances. And, with our experienced local Solicitors available across our network of offices, as well as online and on the phone, we are on hand to meet with you locally to discuss how we can help.
Our specialist Family Solicitors can help you deal with what can be difficult and stressful legal issues relating to divorce or separation, child custody, co-habitation or civil partnership dissolution. Our experienced Family Law team are specially trained in negotiating in family disputes and can offer alternative dispute resolution methods to help find an outcome that works for you and your situation.
Whether you are a first-time buyer or moving up the property ladder, our dedicated property teams will make property buying and selling as stress free and seamless for you as we can. With our legal services and estate agency working closely together, you have a comprehensive property service all under one roof including conveyancing, writing a will and other family law services.
If you feel you have been unfairly treated by your employer or a potential employer, our expert Employment lawyers can get to the heart of the matter quickly for you, working to resolve issues in your best interests and provide legal representation if you need to take your case to tribunal. Or if you’re looking to study, work or live in the UK, our Immigration solicitors are on hand to advise and guide you throughout the application process.
Our local lawyers can help you plan ahead, putting the right plans and support in place for you and your family, with Wills, Power of Attorney, Trusts and tax planning services. We’re also here to help if you have to deal with an estate after a death, with specialist legal advice and guidance through the whole process.
If you are caught up with a dispute, litigation or criminal process, talk to one of our dedicated, experienced lawyers as early as you can. On your side, we will talk you through the options open to you and can provide legal support and advice throughout, robustly representing your interests. Or, if you are injured in a road traffic accident or accident at work, you may have grounds to claim compensation. Our specialist team of Personal Injury lawyers can guide you through all aspects of making a compensation claim, with our No Win, No Fee arrangement enabling you to make the claim at no financial risk.
We are always clear to clients on costs and offer a range of payment choices. In some cases, we can offer clients a fixed price package and if not, we will set out our legal fees and possible extra costs for you at the start.
Whatever issue you are faced with, Thorntons Solicitors are here to help.
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