Having qualified as a solicitor in 2006 and with extensive experience working in various law firms throughout Scotland, Tim Weir’s drive was to create an approachable and modern organisation that actually listens to its clients’ concerns and provides practical advice in a clear and straightforward manner.
In a time of increasingly complex family relationships, longer life expectancy and political uncertainty, it is more important than ever to take control of your future care, your well-being and the financial security of you and your family.
“Tim dealt with my Mother’s estate after her passing on behalf of my sister and I. He was very professional and supportive during this difficult time and provided excellent advice throughout the process. He was extremely easy to speak to and responded quickly to any query we had. Tim has a very pleasant manner about him and it was a pleasure dealing with him. His costs were very reasonable also.”
SOLICITORS & PARALEGALS
- Tim qualified as a solicitor in Scotland in 2006.
- Mark is an assistant, based in our Glasgow office.
- Gail is a qualified paralegal with over twenty years' experience.
- Nikki and Debbie are executry paralegals.
- Andy is our in-house accountant and cashroom administrator.
- Gerry leads the Reception team of seven call-handlers for Weir Law.
- Georgia works in our Glasgow office as an administrative assistant.
We will guide you at every stage of life: from writing a will to dealing with the affairs of a loved-one who has passed away; from succession planning for new families to safeguarding the finances and welfare of elderly or vulnerable relatives.
Weir Law acts as trusted legal advisor to individuals, families, trusts and family-run businesses in Scotland. We also work with a number of other Scottish law firms seeking to provide comprehensive services to their existing clients.
We work with your existing professional advisors such as accountants, financial advisors, stockbrokers and property agents or introduce you to trusted advisors in these areas as-and-when you need their input.
Whatever your legal concern, we're on-hand to provide you with free initial advice and assistance. We can be contacted via telephone, email, enquiry form or on our 24 hour webchat facility.
For more information on how we can help you and your family, click on our Services tab at the top of the page. For legal updated and important information which may be applicable to you, read our News pages.