Conveyancing: Eva answers your FAQs

Eva Li, ace conveyancing partner at Gebbie & Wilson

Our ace residential conveyancing Partner, Eva Li answers the 12 questions she is most often asked about conveyancing – starting with “What is it?” Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring ownership of property from one person or entity to another.  It involves various legal and administrative tasks to ensure the property transaction is valid… Read more »

Are you a victim of a Family Protection Trust?

Succession planning

Are you a former client of McClure Solicitors? Have you set up a Family Protection Trust with them? Gebbie & Wilson can help you with review the existing arrangements for your trust. What is a Family Protection Trust? A Family Protection Trust is a legal arrangement where an individual transfers specific assets into a trust… Read more »

Family Protection Trusts: Amazing or Disastrous?

succession planning for families

Our Trust and Executry Partner, Louise Arthur puts Family Protection Trusts under the spotlight. Bang goes the Kids’ Inheritance! You’ve worked hard all your life and now you’re enjoying a well earned retirement.  Your pension income funds your modest lifestyle, with a little to spare for the occasional treat.  And good news is that your… Read more »

Death and Digital Assets – How Can I Protect my Online Assets?

What will happen to my digital assets upon death? In the age of social media and cryptocurrency, this question is being asked time and time again. Nowadays, it’s becoming more and more unusual that we store things as physical copies. We no longer store our photos on film. Photo albums seem to be a thing… Read more »

St Andrew’s Hospice – Make a Will Month

St Andrew’s Hospice – Make a Will Month Campaign Inside and Out – a unique perspective from its originator, Louise Arthur St Andrew’s Hospice provides amazing care and support for patients and their families from across Lanarkshire. I had the privilege to work there for 6 years within the Fundraising Team and have experienced first… Read more »