CPD: Family Law Issues for Ex-Pats
Donna McKay and Susie Mountain of Brodies on
Family Law Issues for Ex-Pats
With Aberdeen’s transient population, solicitors are increasingly required to assist in situations where one or both parties live overseas. Our speakers will provide an overview of the various family law issues which may arise when Scottish ex-pats separate. This will include discussion of jurisdiction and applicable law; residence and contact issues; consideration of assets held overseas; the enforcement overseas of Scottish court orders and the likely impact of BREXIT
CPD: The process of buying properties in Spain for Scottish Solicitors: Hints and Tips
Ignacio Chanzá-Jordan, Spanish lawyer and Scottish solicitor & Notary public. Director of Spanish + Scottish Law Practice on
The process of buying properties in Spain for Scottish Solicitors: Hints and Tips
Through this Seminar, you will be able to learn about the issues which can arise during the buying process in order to avoid the common pitfalls.
We will examine the similarities and differences compared with the process of buying properties in Scotland.
At the same time you will receive clear guidance and useful tools to succeed in the process of buying properties in Spain.
March Library Lunch
Menu will be: Coquille St Jacques (scallop in shell with a white wine and cheese sauce) followed by Chicken stuffed with Black Pudding and served with a Whisky Cream sauce.
Football Memories Exhibition
Alan Johnstone, Football Memories Scotland Area Co-Ordinator for Aberdeen City and Shire and a volunteer with Alzheimer Scotland, will be in attendance with volunteer colleagues to display examples of the memorabilia used, talk about the football memories programme and promote other activities and services offered by Alzheimer Scotland.
Donations to Alzheimer Scotland would be much appreciated to support the invaluable work carried out at the Dementia Resource Centre at 13-19 King Street and throughout the city.
Football Memories flyer with full information.
An Evening with the Travelling Cooper
The craft of coopering goes back thousands of years and is soaked in tradition where knowledge and a high level of skills are required.
Duncan, a Journeyman Cooper, is passionate about his trade and through his demonstration will unlock the mysteries of how a cask is formed from oak tree to the dram. Explaining the magic of how compounds are released from the wood to produce flavours and colours will provide an insight to the special qualities the cask performs.
The art of raising and repairing a cask will be a main feature of the demo where using traditional tools will demonstrate that methods handed down over centuries are still as relevant today as they were from those early years.
April Library Lunch
Main course and Dessert in April.
Freezin’ Student Show
Fresh from the staggering fundraising success of The Glaikit Showman, Student Show is delighted to return to the stage of HMT.
Scunnered by the shambles of Brexit, the Cooncil decides to go it alone, and sets Aberdeen up as its very own state. The decision is taken to appoint the city’s own Royal Family to preside over its glorious future. Plucked fae the gutting benches of a Torry fish house, our two Princesses, Annie and Elsie, find out that one of them has deeply hidden powers. The result? To turn the Granite City into an icy wilderness (or, at least, an even colder one than usual!). Will Ferryhill survive the frost? Will Sandilands cope wi’ a’ the snow?
Come along to this year’s Student Show – it’s bound tae melt your heart!
Full details and booking form: Student Show 2020
May Library Lunch
Starter and Main course in May.
June Library Lunch
Main course and Dessert in June.
July Library Lunch
Starter and Main course in July.