Lunny & Co Solicitors are a small family-run law firm based in Lanarkshire. We have a particular interest in incapacity law including Guardianships and Powers of Attorney.
We undertake work in several areas of the law and are here to help with your case. We regularly cover work in Hamilton, Airdrie, Lanark and Glasgow Sheriff Courts but also undertake Guardianship work across Scotland. Should you wish to discuss matters please contact our office. Please click on the links for further information on different areas of law such as our Instructing Us pages for information on how we can take on your case.
What you need to do
To instruct us please telephone our office to arrange an appointment. If you have received papers in connection with your case it may be helpful if you bring these to the office in advance of your meeting. When you arrange an appointment you will be asked to provide a contact telephone number in case we need to contact you. You will also be asked a brief description of what your case is about so we can try and be prepared to meet you.
What you need to bring with you
We require all new clients to provide two forms of identification when they instruct us. We cannot undertake any work until we have this on our file. One form of identification should have your photograph.
Acceptable forms of photographic ID
Valid Photocard Driving Licence ( full or provisional)
Scottish Government Travel Card
The second form of Identification should have your address these include
Valid Photocard Driving Licence
Paper Driving Licence
Benefit Entitlement Letter
Current Council Tax Demand
Current bank statement (dated within the last 3 months) but not an internet printout
Up to date Utility Bill (not a mobile phone bill)
If there are any difficulties in providing two of the above identification items (one from each list) please telephone our office to discuss what information you can provide.
Applying for Legal Aid
If you believe you may be entitled to Legal Aid we will require a note of your national insurance number and you must provide your most recent bank statement or wage slip. If you do not bring this with you you may be charged for your first meeting even if you are entitled to legal aid.
Cancellation of Appointment
If you cannot attend your appointment please telephone our office as soon as possible and we will be happy to rearrange it for you.
If we do not hear from you and you repeatedly fail to attend an appointment we may refuse to give any future appointments.