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McLennan Adam Davis Solicitors Ayrshire, Scotland

We are one of the largest criminal litigation firms in Scotland and represent clients throughout the length and breadth of Scotland. We are also one of the busiest civil litigation firms in Scotland and have extensive experience in representing clients in a diverse range of cases in courts from Lerwick to Dumfries.

Conveyancing, Family Law, Wills & Executry Solicitors Ayr, Troon and Glasgow

Our conveyancing and private client (family law, wills, executry & power of attorney) department includes support staff who have acquired their experience and commercial acumen in firms throughout Scotland. We are particularly well versed in the West of Scotland property market and can provide you with the advice necessary to give the competitive edge when you are looking to acquire the property of your dreams.

Criminal Defence Solicitors Kilmarnock, Irvine and Glasgow

Our in house criminal defence solicitor advocacy service means that, regardless of the gravity of the charge you are facing, we are able to deal with your case from beginning to end. You will have instant access to lawyers who have conducted cases in the highest criminal courts in the land (including the High Courts in Glasgow and Edinburgh). Between them, our solicitors have more than 200 years of experience. This brings with it a unique blend of experience. Our Partners include former Procurator Fiscal Deputes and Solicitor Advocates with experience of defending cases in the High Court of Justiciary.

Road Traffic Lawyers across Scotland

We have particular expertise in defending road traffic prosecutions. Indeed such has been the demand for our services in this area that we have opened a new sister firm: Nationwide Road Traffic Lawyers, which offers round the clock expert advice and representation to those facing court for road traffic related matters.

Our lawyers have prosecuted and defended hundreds of road traffic prosecutions ranging from speeding offences to High Court prosecutions for death by dangerous driving and you simply will not find a more experienced firm of solicitors in Scotland to deal with your road traffic case.

Employment Lawyers Ayrshire, Dumfries, Kilmarnock

We have extensive experience of dealing with a diverse range of employment law matters including unfair dismissal, settlement agreements and redundancy advice, to name a few. We can provide prompt and effective legal advice.

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