Intestate Craig and Incensed Donna. How not making a Will can lead to a costly injustice

 No Will, No Justice? In the second of three articles, David continues the sad tale of intestate Craig and incensed Donna In the first of these articles, I compared not making my Will with not submitting my Tax Return on time. I commented that at least the Taxman tells me both his deadline and the penalties… Read more »

Why making your Will is an essential step in caring for your loved ones

Making your Will – an essential step in caring for your loved ones In the first of three articles for strathavenechoes, David uses a case study to highlight the benefits – both financial and emotional – of making your Will. I’ve not done my Tax Return yet. It’s mid January now and I must get… Read more »

Stage Well – Sell Faster, Sell Better!

Carol’s Home Staging Tips How to steal a march on the competition January:  the time for making new plans and fresh starts. And your big project for this new year is to move home.  You’ve decided to market your own home for sale before looking seriously at purchasing. You need an idea of how well… Read more »

The St. Andrew’s Hospice Capital Appeal Project

  The St. Andrew’s Hospice Capital Appeal Project Raising a Fortune to Transform the Future   It’s always good to catch up with former Gebbie & Wilson colleagues – and to find out what they’ve been up to since leaving us.   Last week, I was delighted to have a visit from Mrs. Louise Arthur who (as… Read more »

One of Scotland’s Oldest Law Firms

Celebrating on 200 Years in Business Was it courageous or foolhardy? Perhaps born of euphoria sweeping the country as recent victors at the Battle of Waterloo. Perhaps just the naïve optimism of youth.  Either way, we find a 23 year old William Gebbie arriving in Strathaven in September 1816 to set up his own law firm here. William was… Read more »