Making a will
Making a will and dealing with executries:
a guide for legal consumers
One in every five complaints we receive relates to family law
Use this guide to avoid the most common problems with criminal proceedings.
This guide has been written to help those who may be about to start the process of buying or selling a property.
The SLCC has been successful in securing a file required to investigate a complaint, but only after raising court proceedings against the firm in question.
Three new SLCC board members have taken up office. Richard McMeeken, John Stevenson and Jean Grier joined the SLCC board on 1 January 2022. The appointments are for five years.
The SLCC has today taken on a new role in relation to complaints in the new Alternative Business Structures regime. Following confirmation that the Scottish Government has today authorised the Law Society of Scotland as an Approved Regulator for Alternative Business Structures (ABSs), the SLCC will now deal with two new categories of complaints: complaints about Licensed Legal Services Providers (LLSPs) and complaints about Approved Regulators.