Thomas H G Stewart
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We are a small legal firm based in the popular Bruntsfield locality of the City of Edinburgh. The firm was founded by Tom Stewart in 1992 and since then Tom has been taking care of clients young and old, large or small, well off and not so well off with a successful blend of informality and legal professionalism.

As our many delighted customers will vouch for Tom is always happy to help and advise visitors to his shop and his down-to-earth, no nonsense approach is one which is appreciated by customers in this increasingly complicated world.Contact Tom now by emailing him on or telephoning 0131 229 4939 and experience for yourself Tom's informal and informative brand of legal advice.

A complete house buying and selling service under one roof for Edinburgh and the surrounding area. We can help you market and sell your present home, and buy your next one with confidence.

read more › With over 230 Member solicitor estate agents the ESPC, as market leader, is a bold, strong and vibrant marketing organisation. By far the largest and most effective network in the local property market, should you have a property to sell or property to rent in Edinburgh or East Central Scotland then no other sales outlet compares with us. To learn why you should use the services of the ESPC, visit Why Choose the ESPC? Or alternatively, you can register now with the most effective property marketing network in Scotland.

read more › It is important to obtain financial advice at an early stage so that you are aware of the kinds of funds that are available to you from a mortgage provider. Financial planning is all the more important in these turbulent times for the banking industry. Timing is crucial. An early analysis of the likely timescales involved in a purchase (and/or sale) can help avoid some of the stresses and strains that can go with the whole house moving process.

read more › This is a pretty major step for a lot of people. Often they have been working for other people and feel that the time is right to step out on their own. From personal experience, we know it's pretty scary: so much to plan, so many things to take into account, often so many outlays and all that at a time when you might have given up work and not got an income. We have been there, done that and got the t-shirt, which we think puts us in a pivotal position to help, advise, understand and sympathise.

read more › This really isn't so surprising - few of us can comfortably bring ourselves to consider our own mortality and yet, if we look at it logically, few would probably argue that it does make a lot of sense to make a Will. It takes only a few hours of your time and yet the benefits to your loved ones can be immeasurable. You may already have been involved with the winding up of an estate or perhaps spoken with someone who has and if you have, you will know that the process is quite simply a lot easier if there is a Will.

read more › A power of attorney is a fancy name for authorising someone else to do stuff for you - this can be quite a specific thing such as signing an important document while you are away on holiday, or it can be a general delegation of power. The general delegation of power is more commonly used when someone wants to make provision for their attorney to be able to act for them if they become unable to do so by reason of physical or mental infirmity. Obviously the grant of a power of attorney is a pretty major step to take and it is vital that you are fully aware of the implications before signing up to one.

read more › A Notary Public (or Notary) is an officer who can administer oaths and statutory declarations, witness and authenticate documents etc. Tom is a Notary Public and so when you need the services of a Notary he is more than happy to help. You will be asked to bring the relevant document(s) to our office together with photographic ID and address confirmation (for example, a passport and utility bill).

read more › They say the best things come in small packages, but they also say big is beautiful! Well, we give you the best of both worlds. At Thomas H G Stewart we are small enough to tailor a house marketing package that suits you to a "T" but we are part of the ESPC and in Edinburgh and its surroundings, that means BIG. First impressions can often influence how you look at a property. Is there paintwork needing freshening up? Is the carpet a bit scuffed? Is there furniture and clutter everywhere? If you imagine what it is like to be a potential buyer of your own home you can assess for yourself what needs to be done to present the property properly for selling.

read more › From Tollcross, follow route for A702 (to Biggar) for about 300 metres. This takes you past the King's Theatre. Restricted on-street parking can be found closeby on Bruntsfield Place (2 hours max) and in Whitehouse Loan (4 hours max). If travelling by bus then Barclay Place/Links is on the bus routes of the 11, 15, 16, 23, 36 and 45.

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