We're thrilled to announce that Macnabs had a night to remember at the recent Herald Law Awards of Scotland! It was a star-studded evening filled with anticipation, and we are elated to share that we clinched not one but two prestigious awards.
Moving in with your partner can be an exciting and significant milestone in a relationship. But as well as considering who will put the bins out every week, if you are one of the 3.6 million people cohabiting in the UK (i.e. living with your partner but not married to them), then it is important you think about the future and consider what could happen to you in the event of a breakup.
In today's ever-evolving family structures, it's not uncommon to see blended families, where parents from previous relationships come together and create a new living environment for their children. While the dynamics of these families can be heart-warming, they can also present complex legal challenges, particularly when it comes to inheritance and estate planning. Davina McCall’s popular TV series "My Mum, Your Dad" highlights how common it is for blended families to come together, and whilst it may seem easy, it doesn’t look in detail at the potential issues which can arise in the future for blended families, including the vital importance of having a Will in place, especially when children from other relationships are involved.
Due to Storm Babet and the severe weather warnings, our office doors in Perth, Pitlochry and Blairgowrie will remain closed today.
However, our dedicated team will continue to provide our services remotely from the safety of their homes. We can be contacted as usual via email or our main office telephone number 01738 623 432.