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Balfour+Manson 20th Annual Family Law Conference

We are delighted to be back for our 20th Annual Family Law Conference. The day will kick off at 10am (registration from 9.30am) and close at 4pm. This year’s theme When family law goes wrong will encompass a number of thought-provoking talks from a range of family law experts from across our community including: Help! My ex […]

Medical Negligence Drop-In – 29th February 2024

Medical Negligence Drop-In. We’re running a free, no-obligation drop-in session with our medical negligence team. These will be 15-minute long Zoom or telephone appointments aimed at giving some useful advice about what is involved in making a claim.  29th February 2024. 4pm-6pm. Zoom/Call

David Short to lead Balfour+Manson

Balfour+Manson has announced that David Short is to take over as Executive Chairman, succeeding Elaine Motion, who has spent almost ten years at the helm of the firm.

Charity Ceilidh for Charlie House

Balfour+Manson is sponsoring local Aberdeen networking group, Women Connect as it hosts a Charity Ceilidh to raise vital funds for joint charity of the year, Charlie House and Diana Mackenzie, Senior Solicitor at the firm, who acts as President of Women Connect invites readers of Scottish Legal News to attend the Charity Ceilidh to help raise funds for a cause that impacts the lives of many families across the region. Charlie House is an Aberdeen Charity that seeks to improve the quality […]

Medical Negligence Drop-In

How will the sessions work? These will be free, no-obligation 15-minute long Zoom or telephone appointments (though we would be happy to meet anybody in person if you prefer) aimed at giving some useful advice about what is involved in making a claim; from the investigation stage through to court proceedings having been raised. You […]

Updating your will

As one of the most important documents we make in our lifetime it’s important to keep your will up to date

What to consider when appointing an attorney

Becoming incapable of dealing with your own financial and welfare affairs can happen to anyone, at any time. Therefore, we recommend that our clients put a power of attorney in place as early as possible. So, what should you consider when appointing an attorney?

Environmental law in a state of flux

We find ourselves at a crucial juncture in the development of environmental law. Last month, the Met Office recorded a temperature over 40 degrees for the first time in the UK.