200 Years of Solicitoritis in Strathaven

A Life in the Day of a Country Lawyer A Brief Study of Solicitoritis in Strathaven from 1816-2016   I had the pleasure, last Thursday, of meeting up with Willie Park, Jim Copeland, Keith Jackson and Bob Flynn, all four of them my former Gebbie & Wilson partners, all now retired. Here they all are,… Read more »

Craig and Donna: a case study in the injustice of intestacy.

No Will, No Justice? The heartache of intestacy. I’ve not done my Tax Return yet.  It’s mid January now and I must get it to done by the end of this month or HMRC will hit me with fines and penalties.  Typical me I suppose – leaving things to the last minute.  Trouble is there’s… Read more »

Intestate Craig and Incensed Donna. How not making a Will can lead to a costly injustice

 No Will, No Justice? In the second of three articles, David continues the sad tale of intestate Craig and incensed Donna In the first of these articles, I compared not making my Will with not submitting my Tax Return on time. I commented that at least the Taxman tells me both his deadline and the penalties… Read more »

Why making your Will is an essential step in caring for your loved ones

Making your Will – an essential step in caring for your loved ones In the first of three articles for strathavenechoes, David uses a case study to highlight the benefits – both financial and emotional – of making your Will. I’ve not done my Tax Return yet. It’s mid January now and I must get… Read more »

The St. Andrew’s Hospice Capital Appeal Project

  The St. Andrew’s Hospice Capital Appeal Project Raising a Fortune to Transform the Future   It’s always good to catch up with former Gebbie & Wilson colleagues – and to find out what they’ve been up to since leaving us.   Last week, I was delighted to have a visit from Mrs. Louise Arthur who (as… Read more »