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David Doig

David Doig is a commercial dispute and family law solicitor at Raeside Chisholm Solicitors Limited. David is responsible for firm's large debt collection department.

He has many years experience in volume debt recovery, co-ordination of Glasgow Sheriff Court agency appearances and the conduct of Fatal Accident Inquiries on behalf of both employer organisations and bereaved families. He also assists clients offering advice in relation to tenancy and lease matters.

He and his team have raised many actions for interdict and interim interdict for a wide variety of clients on various grounds ranging from harassment to breach of contract and has a unique insight when dealing with housing law and problem tenants. He and his team advise their clients on their repairing obligations (both in private and social sectors) and on a tenant's right to retain and ingather rent as well as evicting tenants.

In addition to his commercial litigation and dispute resolution work, David also has considerable experience as a family law practitioner and advises on all aspects of family law including financial and child law issues and on separation and divorce. He has acted as a court reporter in Sheriff Court child law matters.

He is a member of the Family Law Association and acts as a part time tutor in Civil Court Practice at Glasgow Graduate School of Law.

David is a member of the Royal Faculty of Procurators, and was for three years, a member of the Council there.

Specialties: Civil Court matters. Fatal Accident Inquiries. Insolvency. Bankruptcy. Debt recoveries. Commercial litigation. Separation and Divorce.

Email David: d.doig@raesidechisholm.co.uk

Recent Client Comments

I was extremely impressed by your assistance. At my first meeting with you I felt comfortable to convey my predicament in terms of my dispute. You had listened clearly and concisely to my dispute and acted on it immediately. I suppose I was prepared for a long drawn process given the timescale of the debt getting longer. However, with your immediate responses to the debtor and his solicitors you resolved the issue and the debt repayment was made in full.  
 
Thank you once again David for your valued service to me.
 
Anonymous client
 

Thank you very much for your professional supports  in respect of the above  concern , This is the first case you have handled for me and I am very pleased with you and your firm

Anonymous client

David, you have done a great job for me in difficult circumstances and I thank you for that

SM, Glasgow

A short note to extend my sincerest thanks for what you have done and what you continue to do David. I can't think where we would be today if we hadn't engaged your representation. It's a hard fight but having you onside makes it tolerable.

Stephen, Glasgow

David many, many thanks for all your advice and support and for helping me take the first step towards my new career and life.

Louisa, Glasgow

 

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