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Court Department

Court work Kippen Campbell

Our Court Department is headed by Partner, Sally McCartney who was enrolled as a solicitor in 1997 and assumed as a Partner with Kippen Campbell in 2009. Sally is a Notary Public and a Member of the Family Law Association of Scotland. With around 20 years of experience in Advocacy and Litigation Sally is equipped to deal with all aspects of Civil Court work in the Sheriff Court and the Court of Session and non Legal Aid Criminal Law. Sally is located in our Main Office which is ideally located on Tay Street, just a stone’s throw from Perth Sheriff Court.

Sally takes regular instruction upon a range of disputes and litigation issues ranging from basic debt recovery matters to more complex, contentious high value commercial contract disputes.

Sally advises and represent individuals and companies who require the services of a solicitor to guide them through the minefields of litigation with a view to resolving all disputes as quickly and economically as possible and has the confidence, ability and experience to deliver successful outcomes no matter how big or small a claim or dispute might be.  She is accessible to her clients and commended on providing advice with a clear no nonsense approach.

Sally also provides representation in criminal matters and appears for clients in the Sheriff and Justice of the Peace Courts.

Contact Sally to find out how she can assist you.

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Client Comments

I am so glad I found Kippen Campbell! My query was accepted within the same day. Sally McCartney is very knowledgeable and kind. She provided me with valuable advice on my legal matter. I felt in very safe hands with her and excellently represented. I can’t recommend Kippen Campbell’s service highly enough!

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