We provide dedicated information and support for solicitors who are working in-house, in England and Wales or in traditional high street practices.
Our expert group on pensions law.
Ensure your clients receive the best possible advice, pre and post settlement
Our expert group on planning law.
A power of attorney is a way of giving someone else permission to make decisions about your money and property as well as your health and personal welfare.
This seminar will address the day to day ethical issues in-house counsel face, and provide a practical approach to spotting, avoiding, and dealing with them as you go.
Our expert group on privacy law.
Working together to help clients preserve, grow and pass on their wealth effectively
The key features of the Court Reform (Scotland) Act 2014 will be implemented on 22 September – the start of the new legal year.
Powers of attorney in England and Wales were criticised in the news recently as being open to abuse. We believe powers of attorney in Scotland are invaluable as a means of helping people manage their affairs and we will continue to support our members and the public to use them where appropriate.
Following the introduction of the Registers of Scotland rejection fee on 9 February, the Society met with Registers of Scotland to gain a better understanding of the type and volume of issues being raised.
The Property Standardisation Group and the Law Society of Scotland Residential Project have launched a suite of style dispositions tailored to residential transactions.
We would like to draw members’ attention to an amendment to the Council of Mortgage Lenders’ (CML) Handbook, which is due to be published in the online version of the Handbook on 1 February 2016.