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Perthshire law firm promotes two new Partners

Macnabs, a leading law firm in Perthshire, today announces the promotion of Alan Roughead and Stewart Baillie who will both become Partners in the firm.

Macnabs, a leading law firm in Perthshire, today announces the promotion of Alan Roughead and Stewart Baillie who will both become Partners in the firm.

Alan, who joined Macnabs from MacRoberts in 2017,heads up the Private Client team, advising clients on a variety of issues including the preparation of Wills, Estate planning, asset protection and Executry administration. Alan is also a notary public, a member of The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and is treasurer of the Faculty of Procurators and Solicitors in the City and County of Perth.

Stewart is the Director of Property at Macnabs and has a wealth of legal experience, in particular advising on residential sales and purchases, as well as dealing with commercial transactions, acting for landlords and tenants, and also those in the agricultural sector.

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Managing Partner Ruth Croman comments: “We are delighted to welcome both Alan and Stewart to the Partnership. They have been a huge asset to our clients and further strengthened the firm’s conveyancing and private client offerings with their wealth of knowledge and proactive attitudes.

It has certainly been a strange time for us all over the past 5 months, however we had a robust foundation to navigate the crisis, and are now seeing a return to the ‘new normal’. We have had to make some changes and restructure how we work but we are in a strong position, and busy, which is testament to the commitment and dedication of all our staff who have continued to work hard and deliver exceptional service to our clients, despite the challenging conditions we are all still facing in both our business and personal lives.”

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