Anthony Quin > Aberdein Considine > Stirling, Scotland > Lawyer Profile

Aberdein Considine

Work Department

Private Client / Commercial Property / Residential Conveyancing


Having practised in Stirling since 1985, Anthony is one of the firm’s all-rounders, with considerable experience of all aspects of private client work, including domestic and commercial conveyancing, Wills and executries and also civil court work, including family matters, employment, accident claims and title disputes.

In acting for a number of generations of families over the years, as well as advising many local businesses, trusts and farming families, his all round experience enables him to take full account of the bigger picture and personally deal with the many different aspects of the legal issues encountered by his clients.

Out of the office and having only recently stepped down from coaching junior endurance athletes at the local athletics club he remains an Honorary Life Member of the club as well as enjoying cycling and trying to enjoy playing golf.


T. Allison Gray & Sutherland; qualified 1985; partner 2014. Joined G. W. T Murphy & Co, Stirling after qualifying in 1985 and assumed as a partner in 1988. Moved to Muirhead Buchanan in 1992 and assumed as a partner in 1994. Firm merged with Aberdein Considine in 2014 and joined as a partner.




Law Society of Scotland


Our Lady’s High School, Cumbernauld, Glasgow University; LL.B (1982), Diploma in Legal Practice (1983).


UK Athletics Coach and member of Central Athletic Club, coaching junior endurance running. Keen cyclist and golfer.

Lawyer Rankings

Scotland > Private client > Personal tax, trusts and executries

The practice at Aberdein Considine handles a diverse range of matters concerning wills, trusts, executries, estates and succession planning issues. Aileen Entwistle in Glasgow has a track record in executry administrations; Edinburgh-based James MacKinnon focuses on tax-efficient solutions for succession planning work; while Ryan Fox, who splits his time between the firm’s Stonehaven and Aberdeen offices, ‘has a wealth of knowledge in dealing with estate administrations’. Another key practitioner is Anthony Quin, who is stationed in the firm’s Stirling office.

Scotland > Real estate > Commercial property: elsewhere in Scotland

The commercial real estate team at Aberdein Considine works closely with its counterparts in the corporate department, servicing local, national and international businesses. It has a number of banking clients and is also active in the healthcare and development sectors, where it advises on mixed-use and residential projects. The team is headed by Paul Jennings in Glasgow, while Ritchie Whyte and Anthony Quin are the key names in Aberdeen and Stirling respectively.