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Buchan buzzing ahead of PyeongChang 2018

Buchan buzzing ahead of PyeongChang 2018

8 February, 2018 by Gilson Gray in Blog
Edinburgh-born Murray Buchan cannot wait to compete at the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games. Twenty five athletes will compete for Team GB across alpine, cross country, freestyle skiing and snowboard events with the previous record of 22 having been selected for Cortina 1956. Freestyle ... read more...
Prenuptial Agreements

Prenuptial Agreements

7 February, 2018 by Gilson Gray in Blog
Ed Sheeran recently announced that he and his childhood friend Cherry had gotten engaged between Christmas and New Year; and Ed and Cherry will not be alone.  The festive season is inevitably a popular time for engagements.  While speculation has not as yet commenced about the details of the ... read more...
A reflection – One year on at Gilson Gray

A reflection – One year on at Gilson Gray

6 February, 2018 by Gilson Gray in Blog
Today marks my one year anniversary as an assistant solicitor in the Debt Recovery team at Gilson Gray. The year has been full of challenges, new experiences and moments outside of my comfort zone, but one where I have undoubtedly progressed in my chosen field thanks to the unfaltering support ... read more...
Five Commonly Asked Questions Regarding the GDPR

Five Commonly Asked Questions Regarding the GDPR

5 February, 2018 by Gilson Gray in Blog
Are you feeling a little lost about whether the General Data Protection Regulator (GDPR) applies to you? You aren’t alone. There are still many organisations that are only just beginning to realise just how significant the GDPR really is and its potential impact on the way their businesses will ... read more...
Top Ten Reasons to make a Will

Top Ten Reasons to make a Will

1 February, 2018 by Gilson Gray in Blog
You, and only you, choose how your estate will be distributed. A Will is legally binding and determines exactly what you would like to be done with your estate in the event of your death. It allows you to design who you wish to benefit from your estate (your beneficiaries) and exactly what you ... read more...
The art of buying a house can be pretty tricky, but with the best professional help and guidance you can do it in the least stressful way!

The art of buying a house can be pretty tricky, but with the best professional help and guidance you can do it in the least stressful way!

26 January, 2018 by Gilson Gray in Blog
So you have started thinking about moving house. If you are a first-time buyer or moving home or buying for an investment, it can be daunting on where to start and the challenges of buying can sometimes put you off as you are not sure of the whole process. First things first. Start with where ... read more...
Scottish divers excited for their big weekend

Scottish divers excited for their big weekend

26 January, 2018 by Gilson Gray in Blog
A number of Scottish divers are in Plymouth for the next three days taking part in the British Diving Championships. And with the Commonwealth Games just around the corner in Australia in April and Team Scotland’s diving squad still to be confirmed, there is plenty to play for. Among those who ... read more...
Brett went Wild after PyeongChang 2018 selection – now he is targeting success at the Games

Brett went Wild after PyeongChang 2018 selection – now he is targeting success at the Games

24 January, 2018 by Gilson Gray in Blog
Glasgow-born Brett Wild cannot wait to compete at the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games as a Guide alongside the super-talented Millie Knight in the para alpine skiing event. The duo are reigning downhill World champions and will compete along Menna Fitzpatrick and Jennifer Kehoe in the ... read more...
Moving in with your partner? What you should know about cohabitant’s rights in Scotland.

Moving in with your partner? What you should know about cohabitant’s rights in Scotland.

17 January, 2018 by Gilson Gray in Blog
It is common knowledge that spouses, and civil partners, have legal remedies available to them in the event of separation or death. It is perhaps lesser known that, some 12 years ago, the Scottish Government passed legislation which afforded similar, though not as extensive, rights to ... read more...
First Time Buyers in Scotland: the options and opportunities

First Time Buyers in Scotland: the options and opportunities

10 January, 2018 by Gilson Gray in Blog
With the Chancellor’s autumn budget abolishing Stamp Duty for first time buyers buying property below £300,000, the Government is making a clear effort to ease the well documented pressure on first time buyers and falling levels of home ownership in the UK. Unfortunately for those of us north ... read more...