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Everyone should make a Will regardless of age, especially those with children, those who own a property, have savings, shares or investments or who own a business. Your Will is personal and unique to you, that is why we offer a bespoke service.

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Here's how we can help


Our fees are fair and transparent, giving you peace of mind and confidence in our service.

Free Wills Project

We offer this service in aid of Marie Curie to everyone over 55 years, creating a positive difference in the lives of many living in our community.

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We will conduct all your affairs with the professionalism, dignity, and respect they deserve.

Our expert solicitors offer trusted and friendly legal advice about Wills and Estates in a comfortable and supportive environment.

Not only will our team draft, amend, update, complete and store your Will if requested, our highly experienced and approachable solicitors can also advise you on all areas of estate planning including providing advice on tax and any other queries you may have.

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Stay in control and leave a positive lasting impression by making a Will

We can help to ensure your wishes are met and your Will is valid. Dying without a Will (intestate) can make things more complicated and stressful for those left behind because the law decides who gets what and often this is not in keeping with your wishes. This can be a very impersonal, time-consuming and expensive process. We can help.

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Experienced: We have vast experience advising families and individuals across Scotland from a wide range of backgrounds.

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Frequently Asked Questions

We can help every step of the way.

  • Ensuring your wishes are followed concerning your assets after death
  • It can make life easier for those you leave behind
  • You can provide for vulnerable beneficiaries and children
  • You can nominate a guardian to look after your children
  • A Will could help you plan for your Inheritance Tax obligations
  • We can also help you create Trusts, Powers of Attorney and Guardianship Orders

Dying without a Will (intestate) can make things more complicated and stressful for those left behind because the law decides who gets what and often this is not in keeping with your wishes. This can be a very impersonal, time-consuming and expensive process.

We recommend you review your Will every 3 – 5 years especially if your circumstances have changed. If for example you get married, divorced, move in with a new partner, have children or grandchildren, receive an inheritance, or if the executor, beneficiaries or guardians named in your existing Will die, you should update your Will as soon as possible.

Executors are the people you appoint in your Will (usually a friend, family member or someone you trust) to manage your estate, following your wishes for the future. You can have more than one executor. We can act as an executor for you if you like. Our experienced team promise to handle all your personal affairs with the professionalism, dignity and respect you deserve. Your Will is personal and unique to you, which is why our service is bespoke.

Bespoke, personalised service when you need it most

I would like to thank Sarah Monaghan for her expertise, understanding, time and attention when we met earlier today and for her ability to make you feel at ease and to be able to discuss matters in a confidential and pleasant environment. Sarah is able to put you at ease with any concerns you may have and enables you to feel confident that your very personal matters are being dealt with in a competent and reliable manner. Thank you Sarah for alleviating my anxiety by meeting with me today and for treating me as an important individual and for your courtesy to me. Keep up the good work. Many thanks.


We wanted to update our wills. Scullion law was recommended by a work colleague – flawless from start to finish. Can’t recommend Amelia (and the support staff) enough. Would highly recommend this firm and will be if anyone asks for a good law firm


We chose Scullion Law after reviewing their website. We met with Amelia Fraser, she had a friendly and professional manner. Amelia explained everything in great detail and was happy to go over anything we were unsure of. She kept us updated via email and we also had the option to telephone if we wished. Ailidh Ballantine was also very helpful and answered all our questions clearly and professionally. Very happy with the service provided and would recommend the company.


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