About Us

The BTO Wills, Estates and Succession Planning team are based in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Helensburgh (with a satellite office within the HMNB Clyde at Faslane), with accredited experts happy to assist you with any personal matter.

We provide a wide range of services for you and your family. You can read more about our team here.

Even during Covid-19 we are still providing appointments to suit your needs. This includes in-person visits observing social distancing guidelines, or remote appointments using tools like Skype, Zoom or Microsoft Teams or over the phone. Simply get in touch.

We provide a range of Services, including the following:

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Some FAQs

Do you accept Legal Aid?

Our office in Helensburgh offers a Legal Aid option. Please contact us to discuss.

Where can I find information on your costs?

We will always discuss costs with you at the outset and provide complete transparency of the costs as work is done for you. Please contact us to discuss your particular requirements further.

Do you offer appointments during Covid-19?

Yes, we do. Appointments can be made to suit your needs, including in-person visits observing social distancing guidelines, or remote appointments using tools like Skype, Zoom or Microsoft Teams. Please contact us or call 0141 221 8012 to discuss further.

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