Digital Home Move Assistant "Tili" added to ASPC

Published on Wednesday, September 30, 2020 | by Sarah Newnham

In a recent update to ASPC, a new digital home move assistant called “Tili” has been added to the website.  Tili allows home movers to set up their council tax, gas, electric, TV, telephone broadband and mail re-direction in around 10 clicks.  ASPC are the first in the UK to have this service publicly available on their website.   . . .

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Update on Home Moves in Scotland

Published on Tuesday, September 29, 2020 | by Sarah Newnham

Following on from the announcement on Tuesday that further restrictions are to be imposed across Scotland to try to minimise the spread of Covid-19, the Scottish Government have now released further guidance on how these restrictions may affect house moves. . . .

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Execution of Legal Documents during Covid-19 Pandemic

Published on Wednesday, June 17, 2020 | by Katie Albiston

One of the difficulties that has been encountered by solicitors and notary publics in the current circumstances has been the requirement for their personal presence when executing certain documents. The requirement for working from home where possible and social distancing has created challenges with respect to the signing of certain legal documents.  . . .

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The Children (Scotland) Bill

Published on Tuesday, June 16, 2020 | by Katie Albiston

On 28th May 2020, the Children (Scotland) Bill passed its Stage 1 debate in Holyrood. This follows on from the consultation process that was launched by the Scottish Government back in May 2018.

The Bill principally seeks to make amendments to the current legislation contained in the Children (Scotland) Act 1995. Part 1 of the 1995 Act governs parental responsibilities and rights relating to children and sets out the provisions with respect . . .

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The Answer to Scotland's Court Crisis

Published on Tuesday, June 17, 2014 | by

FLAGSIn an attempt to combat the growing crisis affecting the Scottish justice system exacerbated by the recent round of court closures, including the recent controversial closure of Stonehaven Sheriff Court, a group of experienced local family lawyers have come up with what they believe to be a solution.    . . .

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