Key Moves

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Monday  - Friday       
9:00am - 5:15pm

Saturday
10:00am - 4:00pm  


Description taken from Key Moves website:

Providing a modern approach to property and legal services Wilsone & Duffus's commitment to moving with the times has seen us and our clients in good stead for more than 200 years.

A full range of property and legal services is available from all of our offices. Whatever your legal requirements at key times in your life we'll be there when you need us. 

All of your estate agency, mortgage, insurance and legal needs, whether you are buying, selling or leasing can be dealt with by our experienced property professionals under one roof.

Dealing with property is one of the most significant transactions any one of us undertake.

We have for many years provided advice to personnel relocating to and from the area and can explain the differences between the Scottish and English legal systems.

 
 

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