Gilson Gray

Paul Andrews

Family Business United is delighted to welcome Gilson Gray as Scottish partners of Family Business United.

Having launched in May 2014 Gilson Gray is one of Scotland’s leading law firms with their commercial success to date driven by their ‘partner led’ approach with the partners themselves leading the team and delivering the service. They are particularly focussed on the family business and owner-managed sector and have offices in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Dundee, North Berwick and Lincoln.

As Joanna Millar, Director of Gilson Gray who heads up their family business team adds, “We aim to be with you throughout your lifetime, whatever your legal, property or financial needs. We don’t only look at things in isolation, we look at the bigger picture and how it will impact your life. We take the time to get to know and understand you so that we can offer you the best advice and help you achieve your goals, no matter what stage you’re at.”

Find out more by visiting the Gilson Gray website here

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