Down the years, at the core of Mc Arthur Stanton's service has been our desire to solve as efficiently as possible your legal problems wherever they may arise. Having you working for us makes this process much less stressful.We can leave things in your care and trust that things are done in a thorough manner." You may be aware of the old-style Small Claims cases, for which Legal Aid was not available.
Mc Arthur Stanton is the largest wholly-based legal firm in the Dumbarton and Helensburgh locality.
A long-established legal firm dating back to 1847, we were known in Helensburgh as Maclachlan Stanton and Co., and in Dumbarton as Mc Arthur Brown Ritchie and Co.
We amalgamated in 1985 to become Mc Arthur Stanton. However, we are a progressive and modern legal practice, which has invested heavily in the latest Information Technology to assist us in our objective of delivering a high standard of legal and associated services efficiently, professionally, sympathetically and at reasonable cost. We would not consider going anywhere else when it comes to our properties...
With this in mind, we provide wide ranging legal services for individuals and businesses throughout Scotland, and our semi-rural location provides lower operating costs in comparison to a city office, thus allowing us to operate a competitive charging policy without any reduction in the standards of service our clients are entitled to expect. We couldn't be happier with the service you and your team provide.
This means that if you are raising or defending a claim for money of under that amount, the simplified procedure is likely to apply.
The system is designed much more for the electronic era.
According to a recent study from the US, financial factors such as a wife’s ability to support herself are not necessarily predictive of divorce.
Instead, it is couples’ division of labour that is associated with the risk of divorce.
The study, from Harvard University, compared couples married in 1974 or earlier with couples married in 1975.
It found that in both the old and new cohorts, financial factors did not play a role in divorce.
However, while the division of labour did affect marital outcomes in both cohorts, there was some variation in terms of what division of labour was better for marriage stability.