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Welcome


Welcome to the Home Page of T.F.Reid & Donaldson, Solicitors in Paisley since 1878. Our site tells you something about the firm and the services we offer and we encourage you to get in touch with us by letter, phone or e-mail - see the Contact Us page - to discuss what we can do for you.

But the best way to find out if we can help you is often to have a face to face meeting, so why don't you come in and have a cup of tea or coffee with us and tell us about your problem? Don't worry - a first meeting is free!

On the subject of money, we'll be happy to give you an indicative cost before we start work for you, and many jobs can be done on a fixed price basis. You may qualify for legal aid or legal advice and assistance, and we'll be pleased to check that out for you. Even if you don't, sometimes we can undertake work for you on a speculative basis, which means we only get paid if you win the case. We are always striving to keep costs down and are currently upgrading our case management system which allows us to deliver a highly professional and sophisticated service within cost efficient parameters.

The Our People page gives you thumbnail biographies of the fee earners you're likely to be dealing with and the Contact Us page gives you direct links to these individuals as well as supplying our postal address and phone and fax numbers and our general e-mail address.

The About Us page contains information about the firm itself and how we try to operate.

On the Private Clients and Business Clients pages we list some of the various areas we cover. Do please remember, however, that in Scotland solicitors are traditionally involved in a wide range of roles and there is much that T.F.Reid & Donaldson can do for you in your personal life and your business that is not listed. Do tell us if you have a problem that isn't covered by one of the categories that we've mentioned.

Thomas Fulton Reid