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19 February 2018

Draft a Minute of Agreement that adequately reflects the financial contributions each person is making when buying a property jointly.
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12 February 2018

Buying your first property can be a daunting experience so McDougall McQueen has put together a checklist for buyers to think about when viewing a property:
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1 February 2018

An End of Life Doula is a companion who provides support to a dying person, his or her family and others close to them. Nobody should have to die alone unless they choose to do so.
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29 January 2018

Moving home will be many people’s New Year’s resolution in 2018 and the latest residential market survey from RICS found expectations for the year ahead higher in Scotland than anywhere else in the UK.
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22 January 2018

It is that time of year when the well-intentioned New Year's resolutions are starting to already slip – but do make sure your personal affairs are in order. Don't leave it too late.
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8 January 2018

Sell your property with us today with no upfront marketing fees and we'll give you a FREE Home Report.
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19 December 2017

The sounds of Christmas carols, the sweet scents of mulled wine, and the twinkling lights of Christmas trees in homes all around Edinburgh evoke feelings of cheer and goodwill.
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14 December 2017

Changes to shared equity schemes means people aged 60+ will be able to access a range of home ownership schemes.
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6 December 2017

In your early years, serious injury or illness isn’t something you like to think about. But should you become incapacitated, have you made your wishes known?
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Edinburgh property market

28 November 2017

A report published today shows that the Edinburgh postcode EH2 has one of the fastest-growing house prices in cities across the UK.
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Edinburgh property market

1 November 2017

Allan McDougall has merged with Edinburgh solicitors and estate agents McQueen Legal, effective from 1st November 2017.
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25 October 2017

How up to date is your Will? Has your family situation changed? Are you recently separated? Do you have grandchildren now? Has one of your beneficiaries recently deceased? Dot Mullally, Partner at McQueen Legal recommends that you update your Will every 3-5 years or sooner if your circumstances change.
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