Never before have our gardens and outside spaces meant so much to us. Previously abandoned pieces of waste land suddenly became the centrepieces to our social lives during lockdown and Covid restrictions, where we met with friends and family. Budding gardeners are popping up all round the country, planting tomatoes, pruning bushes, growing trees, making our gardens an extension of our homes.
Macnabs are delighted to once again be taking part in this year’s annual Will Aid fundraising event throughout November. It is simple – you make an appointment, we make your Will and instead of paying a fee you make a donation to the Will Aid charity.
Macnabs has taken part in the annual Will Aid scheme for over 10 years, raising over £60,000 for the Will Aid charities which include ActionAid, Age UK, British Red Cross, Christian Aid, NSPCC, Save the Children, Sightsavers, SCIAF (Scotland) and Trocaire (N. Ireland).
Without a Will you have no control over what will happen to your money, possessions and property after you die, often leading to stressful, and also costly, family disputes. Life is precious - do what you can to protect those you love.
Macnabs has recently recruited a new trainee to take the total current trainee intake to four.
Megan Carling joined the Family team at Macnabs after graduating from Aberdeen University with a law degree and completing her diploma at Strathclyde University. She joins trainees Aimee Young who worked for the firm as a Legal Secretary prior to undertaking her traineeship, as well as Lauren McIntosh and Vikki Carver who both assigned their traineeship to Macnabs from another local firm earlier this year.
There has been much talk about fire safety regulations following the tragic fire at Grenfell Tower four years ago, as the government promised to review Scotland’s building and fire safety regulatory frameworks and introduce new legislation to ensure that everyone is protected, whether they own or rent their home.