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WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

  • Many thanks for all of your help with our purchase and for making things run as smoothly as they did. We really appreciate it.Andrew Lee and John Struthers
  • I am grateful to the family law department at Jones Whyte for fighting my corner to secure me regular and happy contact with my children following a difficult time in my life David D
  • My compensation claim was fluid and explained to me from start to finish. I would recommend Jones Whyte to anyoneGavin Taylor
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12th August 2016

The ongoing saga of who will inherit Prince’s estate following the singer’s death earlier this year has taken a new turn, with a Judge apparently denying the claims of close to 30 hopeful beneficiaries, reports the Telegraph

10th August 2016

The Supreme Court has recently been called upon to decide which country’s laws should be followed when determining the appropriate level of compensation to be awarded where a British citizen is injured in an accident abroad.

4th August 2016

In response to the UK Government’s increased rates of Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT), the Scottish Government introduced a similar supplement – known as the Additional Dwelling Supplement (ADS) - to the devolved property tax, Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) (which was itself introduced only last year), on 1st April 2016. This has caused more questions to be asked of anyone buying a property in Scotland and, in some cases, requires significantly more tax to be payable.