CORONAVIRUS – MORTGAGE PAYMENT HOLIDAYS

Recently, the Government has put in place various measures to help with financial worries caused by the spread of Coronavirus in Scotland. One of these is a new policy which allows borrowers to apply for a mortgage payment holiday of up to three months. In effect, this is a break...


MCINTYRE & CO - (COVID-19)

As a result of Monday's announcement by the Prime Minister, the offices of McIntyre & Company are now closed to the public. Our Solicitors and staff are working remotely and continue to be available by telephone and/or email. The safety and well-being of our staff is...


CORONAVIRUS (COVID – 19)

McIntyre & Company has put in place procedures to ensure that all relevant Government and NHS advice is followed to ensure the health and wellbeing of all of our staff, their families and our clients. We appreciate that you may still require legal advice during this time and...


Questions are often asked about the rights people have over the financial affairs of their spouse. For example, if a spouse dies, will the other spouse inherit their estate? This can only be guaranteed if a spouse makes provision for this in his or her Will. The laws of intestacy...


The legal status of a Living Will in Scotland often causes confusion and uncertainty. Living Wills are not legally binding. However, they do provide an indication of the wishes of an individual who may be terminally ill or dying. A Living Will is a document which can set out your...


From 6 th April 2020, significant changes are being made to Capital Gains Tax reporting requirements on the disposal of residential property. At present, resident personal tax payers require to pay CGT arising from the disposal of residential property by 31 st January of the tax...


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