Latest Staff Appointment at Frazer Coogans Solicitors of Ayrshire, Scotland

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Frazer Coogans Solicitors of Ayrshire, Scotland are pleased to announce the appointment of Ian Morman (43) to join their legal team. Ian's remit will include all aspects of commercial property work.

Frazer Coogans Solicitors of Ayrshire, Scotland are pleased to announce the appointment of Ian Morman (43) to join their legal team.

Ian's remit will include all aspects of commercial property work.

Ian is a former pupil of Garnock Academy and studied law at the Universities of Aberdeen and Glasgow.

He lives in Ardrossan with his wife Cecilia and daughter Sarah. He served his legal traineeship with Saltcoats solicitors James Campbell and Co, where he met his wife, who is also a solicitor.

After his traineeship, Ian worked for a number of years in the commercial property departments of Biggart Baillie and McClure Naismith.

Experience gained thereafter included a spell at Kyle & Carrick District Council where he latterly dealt with the commercial property work of the Council.

He said: "I’m very pleased to be coming back to work in Ayr. I am sure that my previous experience of a wide range of commercial property work will allow me to contribute to the development of the Commercial Property team at Frazer Coogans."

Away from the law, Ian is an enthusiastic musician who plays guitar, mandolin and violin.

Commenting on Ian's appointment, Frazer Coogans senior partner Norman Geddes said: "Our substantial client following rely upon our expertise in all aspects of commercial property work.

"Ian's wealth of experience will assist development of the close support we provide to our commercial property clients."

About Frazer Coogans Solicitors

Ayrshire solicitors Frazer Coogans have expanded rapidly from small beginnings in the 1980s to offer a friendly and personal service to all clients from their modern premises in Ayr town centre.

From their Ayr base, partners Norman Geddes, Austin Thomson, Lauren Fowler and assistants Stuart Paterson, Peter McNamara and Ian Morman - all experienced solicitors - along with their professional and dedicated staff, provide a comprehensive suite of legal services to Ayr, Ayrshire, Scotland and the UK, with particular expertise in accident claims, personal injury damages, property conveyancing, divorce and family law, wills, estates and executries.

Frazer Coogans’ Ayr office operates a specialist Accident Claims & Personal Injury Damages Centre to assist clients in making claims for personal injury damages after road traffic, workplace, slip and trip accidents and also in criminal injuries compensation.

This Ayrshire firm of solicitors has also established a significant presence in Scotland’s property conveyancing market, advising clients on all aspects of buying, selling and leasing premises both domestic and commercial, and handling property conveyancing for diverse clients across Scotland.

Scottish divorce and family law is another area in which Frazer Coogans solicitors possess particular expertise, advising on the legal, financial and child related issues associated with divorce, providing negotiation for amicable settlement and undertaking litigation where needed.

Frazer Coogans solicitors also offer a professional, dedicated and sympathetic service for wills and estates in the UK, including the administration of estates and appointing executors.

In 2003 Frazer Coogans successfully attained the “Investors in People” standard.

The firm is fully computerised with Broadband connection. It occupies modern premises in the centre of Ayr with adjacent parking for clients and wheelchair-friendly access.

Enquiries:

Norman G Geddes

Senior Partner

Frazer Coogans Solicitors

Dalblair House

46 Dalblair Road

AYR KA7 1UQ

Scotland

Tel: 01292 280499

Fax: 01292 611645 / 01292 272601

Web: http://www.frazercoogans.co.uk

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AYR, Ayrshire

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