Isabelle Douglas > Aberdein Considine > Aberdeen, Scotland > Lawyer Profile
Aberdein Considine Offices
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Isabelle is a Partner in the Family Law team, specialising in divorce, financial issues arising from separation and child related matters. She also regularly advises clients who are contemplating cohabitation and marriage on how to best protect their assets.
Trained with Aberdein Considine, qualifying in 2009; Solicitor, Aberdein Considine 2009-2013; Senior Solicitor, Aberdein Considine 2013; Associate, Aberdein Considine 2014-2016; Partner, Aberdein Considine 2016-present.
The Law Society of Scotland; The Family Law Association; Aberdeen Bar Association; Trained in Collaborative Practice and a member of Consensus Collaboration Scotland and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.
Aberdeen University LLB (Hons) 2006; Aberdeen University DipLP 2007.
Aberdein Considine’s family law team is headed up by Ruth Aberdein, whose particular expertise lies in high value separation and divorce cases, as well as in drafting pre-nuptial agreements for individuals with significant assets at stake. The firm is experienced in complex child cases, concerning child abduction, residency and contact arrangements, and allegations by one or both parties of abusive behaviour towards the children or spouse. Karl Brown is well-versed in such cases, while Leonie Burke, who joined from Brodies LLP in late 2019, is adept at handling financial provision arrangements where forensic accountancy has been required. April Campbell serves clients in the west central belt of Scotland, heading up the Glasgow team, while Isabelle Douglas is another key member of the team.
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- Real estate > Commercial property: Edinburgh and Glasgow
- Real estate > Commercial property: elsewhere in Scotland
- Corporate and commercial > Corporate and commercial: elsewhere in Scotland
- Private client > Family
- Finance > Insolvency and corporate recovery
- Private client > Personal tax, trusts and executries
- Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation