Civil Disputes

At Munro & Noble our Court Department deal with a wide variety of civil disputes, acting for both pursuer and defender. We strive to provide our clients with a comprehensive service, offering high quality advice and representation to both businesses and private individuals alike.

We can advise on:

  • Property and boundary disputes
  • Family law
  • Separation & Divorce – click here to download a leaflet
  • Sequestration/Personal insolvency
  • Liquidation
  • Employment matters
  • Debt recovery – click here to download a lealet

For more information, or if you would like to discuss a civil matter with one of our team, please contact the Court Department on 01463 221727 or send an email.

Mary Nimmo : Senior Partner & Head of Dispute Resolution

Mary Nimmo

Senior Partner & Head of Dispute Resolution

Mary heads up our Court Department and advises clients in Litigation matters in both the Sheriff Courts and the Court of Session. In particular she deals with Civil Court matters, personal injury and medical negligence cases along with an extensive range of other issues, including family law. She has been appointed as a Court Reporter and an advanced Collaborative Lawyer.
Jacqueline Brown : Head of Marketing

Jacqueline Brown

Head of Marketing

Jacqueline Brown joined the firm in 2015 as a secretary working with the Firm's Court Department. Prior to joining she had been previously studying Accounting at the University of the Highlands and Islands. She has recently qualified as a Specialist Debt Recovery Paralegal and has a wide range of expertise in assisting a variety of clients in recovering or managing debt.
Matthew Albiston : Senior Solicitor

Matthew Albiston

Senior Solicitor

After growing up in Moray, Matthew completed his LLB and Diploma at Strathclyde University before completing his traineeship with a firm in Glasgow, qualifying as a solicitor in 2020. Matthew joined Munro & Noble’s Court Team in March 2021 and is confident in advising clients on a range of matters from Family and Divorce through to Land and Boundary disputes.
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