What happens if I can no longer look after my own affairs?

This is a question that faces many people, not least those of us who are getting on a bit. The simple truth is that if you don’t take steps to make sure your interests are looked after before you can no longer make decisions for yourself, then someone can be appointed...

Release the value locked up in your property

this article is taken from our December newsletter. Do you own your own property? Are you over 55? Do you consider yourself “asset rich but cash poor”? Then Equity Release might be just the thing for you. We’re finding Equity Release is being used more and more by...

The importance of Notice Clauses in Commercial Leases

this article was taken from our December 2019 newsletter There are many clauses in commercial leases that practitioners take time to negotiate to ensure that their client is protected. Sometimes clients assume that the Notice clause in the lease requires no discussion...

John Quinn – the Strength of Team

We asked WQ’s John Quinn to reflect on his trip Kilimanjaro earlier this year in a blog.  We hope you enjoy what he’s written: I’m writing this from my office in Glasgow where it is warm and I’m feeling reasonably relaxed and happy.  But I’m...

Meet the Staff – Irene McGraw

In our latest ‘meet the staff’ profile, we speak to solicitor Irene McGraw, who joined us earlier this year to work in our Private Client Department. Tell us about your journey into law? I grew up in the south side of Glasgow and when thinking about a career I...