James and George Collie

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Monday  - Friday       
9am - 5pm

Saturday
10am - 12:30pm


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James & George Collie is one of the longest-established legal practices in the North-East of Scotland dating back to 1841, with the current partnership being established in 1856. This Aberdeen based lawyers firm are proud to be part of the fabric of the business community in the Aberdeen area of Scotland and believe our experience and solid foundations underpin the full range of legal services and Estate Agent services.

Our estate agency division is based at our property shop in the centre of Union Street, Aberdeen. We offer a comprehensive service for the marketing and sale of residential property. As members of Aberdeen Solicitors’ Property Centre (ASPC) we can offer you access to their excellent website and to the largest centre for the sale of property in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire.

 
 

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