Alexander, Jubb & Taylor Solicitors and Notaries Public. Established in 1854

5 Annfield Place,
Dennistoun

Glasgow,
G31 2XQ
Telephone: 0141 554 1016

Email: info@alexjt.co.uk

Looking for a lawyer in Glasgow?

Alexander, Jubb & Taylor Lawyers in Duke Street, Glasgow, is over 160 years old and have provided an outstanding service in legal matters throughout that time.

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Buying or selling a house?

We are specialist residential conveyancing solicitors and can help you buy or sell your house in Glasgow. We also cover the whole of Scotland from our base in Duke Street in Dennistoun, just 2 minutes drive from Glasgow City centre.

We act on behalf of thousands of people every year from all walks of life and for all levels of sale. Whether you are buying a council house or selling a big house in the country we pride ourselves on giving the same level of attention to every client.

Our leading partner, William Nugent (or "Bill" to most clients!), has over 35 years' experience and is well known for his approachable and straightforward style.

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Remortgages, paying off your mortgage or transferring ownership of property

Our conveyancing expertise extends to buying, selling, remortgaging, preparation of discharges, transfer of titles and all aspects of conveyancing. Basically if you have any questions about what to do regarding the paperwork of owning a house, flat or any property then ask us. We can advise you on your options and recommend what you should do.

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Renting or leasing a flat or house?

We cover Short Assured Tenancies and the preparation of residential Leases.

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Buying or leasing commercial property

As well as residential conveyancing we also cover commercial conveyancing in relation to the Lease or Purchase/Sale of shops, offices and factory units.

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Make a will

Our practice extends to the fast and efficient preparation of Wills and can offer advice on the best way to structure your affairs.

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Executry - dealing with the estate of someone who has passed away

When it comes to dealing with the estate of someone who has passed away, whether or not they have left a Will, in Scots Law this is called an Executry. We will guide you through the process of dealing with an estate in an efficient and sympathetic manner.

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Power of Attorney

If you are worried that a person may soon not be able to make important decisions about their care or property, we can prepare a Power of Attorney which allows them to nominate someone to make decisions on their behalf.

If you are interested in any of our services please get in touch by email or phone for a competitive quote.

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